Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Is freedom, like beauty, in the eye of the beholder?

can one who considers themselves free really be caged?Is freedom, like beauty, in the eye of the beholder?
For most freedom is beyond the physical. It is mind actions and values of the highest order.Is freedom, like beauty, in the eye of the beholder?
Yes indeed, very much so. Some evoke a longing for liberation and the freeing of ones shackles or bonds. Others inspire a need to be attached, affiliated or a part of their lives. It is a matter of relativity. Freedom is made an issue only by its absence or by constraining the Spririt or ones civil liberties. Equanimity, social or personal would not propose freedom or capture.

Economic freedom is having a nest egg sufficient to occasion the instance of one not working or being able to work, and remain financially solvent for the entirety of one鈥檚 comfortable and secure life..
Freedom is subjective. Some people feel there is a monitary value to freedom while others believe that values or ethics prove freedom.

So yes, freedom is in the eyes of the beholder.
If someone had never known freedom the way I experience freedom, they'd not know the, I would say yes.
freedom is never someone's subjective opinion. it just can't be.
A person who believes himself to be free cannot be caged. Many may disagree with me here. But he he was so free, he could just leave the cage. YES freedom, does endanger your life.

Everyone sees freedom in a different way. But schools are now saying that ';free'; is America and Americans. Don't believe that load of bull.
Freedom is in the eye of the beholder...for could be living by urself, surviving on ur own. But inorder to survive, a career is necessary. Can someone who has to follow a set schedule truly free?

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