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We all have different meaning of freedoms in your personal dictionary, To children it means freedom from homework and studies, To some youngster it means freedom from any restrictions,To married people it means financial freedom. What does it mean to you????
Freedom is internal. I have the freedom to think, to feel, to believe, as I wish.
Any part of your life that effects another person, the other person should be considered. We may be free to go ahead and do, say, what ever we wish, but then we have to face the consequences of their freedom to respond.
Freedom is the ability and right to choose from among all good options, and to feel safe doing so. To be able to choose from among bad options is not really freedom; it's confusion and damage.
Freedom is that thing that's willingly given up (either temporarily or sometimes permanently) by our military people so that civilians can have it.
Freedom to speak on things things that is important to me.
Freedom to me means being able to perform to my fullest potential without fear of what others think of me, or whether I have their approval or not. It is to be able to say and think and do the best for me and people all around me without being deterred by the self doubt or criticism of others.
I see freedom as knowing that we are on the road best suited, having no doubts that our quest is simply to arrive at the end of that road at a time most appropriate, regardless of how many little detours that we chose to take.
If I could just know that with all certainty ?
I would be Free.
I do know it, Freedom is the roads I drive every day, from one corner of our country to the other. The mountains, deserts and plains. The Cities and small towns, the oceans and lakes with over a million miles behind me, freedom is the open road.
zero expectations, but being honest about if someone can or can not do this.
by Brian7 years ago
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by Eaglekiwi8 years ago
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by irachx9 months ago
Do we really have freedom of speech?
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by Justin Earick2 years ago
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by Josak6 years ago
At this point most people will be agreeing with me, most of us believe in the first amendment and freedom of speech but it seems in the last few years something has turned around and people are shying away from the...
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