The Rights of Man and Other
A book about religion and kingdom's, thought provoking American
revolutionary thinking at its finest.
Most people don't realize that
the American Revolution ended the reign of European dynasties.
book changed the entire world forever.
January 29, 1737 – June 8, 1809
Thomas was born in England to Joseph and Francis. His father was a
corset maker whom later Thomas apprenticed under but this didn't quite
Paine married Mary Lambert in 1759 but shortly after their marriage
while following a move to Margate during childbirth she died along with
After a brief military career in 1774 he met Benjamin Franklin in
England and Benjamin convinced Thomas to move to the British colonies.
Thomas became known as the father of the American Revolution once the
book common sense was released into the British colonies.
He died in New York
I listened to this book on an audio I found at my
local library. While listening to this book I imagine myself back in the
late 1700s. What were these people thinking, they have been exploited by
kings and queens for years. This book egged on the American colonies to
separate from their king.
It's hard to imagine we still let a few people control the masses. After
listening to Common Sense why are we still impressed by kings and queens
or even political leaders.
When do we question are masters, when will we stand up for our true
rights, when will we finally realize we are still surveying tyrants and
Will true spirituality release the hold of power mongers on society.
When will people demands the truth from organized religion. What makes
one religion better than the other, a holy book, massive wealth, more
servants or more intelligent leaders that continue to convince their
servants of their own needs, to think the way they want them to.