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louise-davidson's picture
Feb.11.2010
My experience of Freedom is in my awareness of the choices available to me from moment to moment. The more I am able to expand and exercise my awareness in each moment the more I am able to make choices which lead me to greater levels of freedom in my consciousness. My attitude is integral in this...
charles-a-ray's picture
Feb.11.2010
Freedom, according to one dictionary, is “the condition of being free of restraints.”  While this might seem simple, the concept of “freedom” is a lot more elusive than that.  Freedom is without meaning unless we add modifiers; freedom to, freedom of, and freedom from, are examples.  When you try...
rakesh-mishra's picture
Feb.11.2010
 "Freedom" is Blessing, Value it, and don't make it a curse either for oneself or anyone else. Editor has presented and asked the very broad and universal questions in a very presize way, which covers all aspects which needs to be thought upon while thinking about the freedom. In a...
amy-wang's picture
Feb.10.2010
Freedom is supposed to be one of the ultimate American traits, right? It says so, right there in the Declaration of Indepedence, right? It's one of the three pursuits all true Americans dedicate themselves to, right? They just call it "liberty" instead of "freedom." (Pause while...
jm-cornwell's picture
Feb.10.2010
As a child and a teenager, freedom meant one thing: being able to do what I wanted to do instead of what I was told to do. That meant staying up late, going out on dates and coming home late, choosing my own clothes, not having to check in every five minutes and being responsible for no one but...
wende-plante-aka-billy-joe's picture
Feb.10.2010
Freedom When we hear the word freedom, most of us think of freedom from war, starvation, hate, violence. My freedom is a little simpler especially this year.  I have fought back from a disease that put me in a wheel chair, the creep is called Multiple Sclerosis.  I have survived four mild heart...
shahbaz-alavi's picture
Feb.10.2010
"Finally" he said to himself. "I am free!" He looked at the setting sun as he walked slowly on the quiet beach. His eyes amazed at the extravegent sight in front of him, it looked as though the blues and the yellows and the oranges are all fighting for area as sun tried to...
arthur-levine's picture
Feb.10.2010
If we keep giving our rights away to big government, we may well end up with more debts than freedom. This is not in my opinion what our forefathers fought for, or what they handed down to us in the constitution. What we are dealing with now is a progressive, liberal, socialist attempt by...
tina-b-tessina's picture
Feb.10.2010
 Love is a confusing word.  We use it to mean obligation: “If you love me you’ll....” We use it for dependency: “I love you, I can’t live without you.”  We use it for ownership: “We’re in love, we belong to each other.” We use it for charity: “I do this for you because I love you.”I want to see...
heather-koelle's picture
Feb.10.2010
when I think of freedom I see it can take many forms,like honesty can.For instance,We live in a "free country" have freedom of speech,religion, and "life,Liberty and the pursuit of happiness" But these are words in the Constitution,and,like words in the Bible,can be twisted and...