Live Your Life by a Compass, Not a clock...
Living a life of Rightful Liberty,Which is Unobstructed Action According To Our Will Within Limits Drawn Around Us By The Equal Rights Of Others.Then I would have lived a free life, and be able to die peacefully:-)
The exact opposite of what we have now and what guttridge said
One day I will tell my grand kids what it was like, and we lost it because of people like this,A quisling (/ˈkwɪzlɪŋ/; Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈkʋɪsˈlɪŋ]) is a person who collaborated with Axis forces in occupied Allied countries during World War II – including members of fascist and collaborationist political parties and military and paramilitary forces. In contemporary usage, quisling is synonymous with traitor, and particularly applied to politicians who appear to favour the interests of other nations or cultures over their own.
Being able to pee wherever I want without the fear of getting busted. :-DBobIII
CONCEPT FREEDOMAt its heart freedom is anarchy. It is the state of being completely and utterly free to do as you please. In a society such absolute freedom does not work as some would take actions that harm others. Absolute freedom and anarchy was certainly not what the framers of nations had in mind when they created the different constitutions that set limits both on the people and on the governmentsmore - http://pinterest.com/goodstuffsworld/concept-freedom/
"I don't want too much more than a workin' man deserves. Just a life worth living, and a death worth dyin' for."Meatloaf
As it was explained to me in a Sunday School class once, freedom is, at its core, permission to fail. Freedom means you are permitted to do something which is not objectively the best solution to all problems.It works better than requiring everyone to make the right choices, because sometimes what is objectively best is actually not very objective at all.
Just want to raise my children as good human being. Teach them understanding of human nature, God's Spirit. To make them grow to love this Country, Honor, Duty, Family, prosperity, hard work, responsibility. Want them to be good people, productive people, the ones who use God's blessing and gift of spirit to make this earth a better person, find a cure, build a better mousetrap, and share them blessing with their fellow Man...However battered and scarred, I have lived a good life. I hope and pray that they too will have the freedom to grow to find their prosperous way on this earth and leave a better place when their time comes and mighty Lord calls them home...Sadly till only few years back this was the only country that such dreams of freedom was possible. I'm not so sure these days...
Being free to read your blog, check out the ladies, comment about same, or Odumbo, and not be worried about some frkn Beard spanking me.
To lie in a field of tall grass and look up at the clouds as they roll by.To carry my favorite rifle in the woods on a perfect day when no one knows where I am until I decide that I want them to.To be in a canoe with my sons and grandsons at times of inner peace so that I may enjoy the thrill of their catching their first fish.To be able to pass on the life that I had growing up to my children that they may enjoy the same freedoms of exploration that I had in my youth.To be free of this feeling that my enemy is more of a friend than my own government.To be able to know that my kids are more likely to be killed by a policeman than by a terrorist is a fact I no longer want to be a fact in my own country.So far I have been able to do all these things except for the last two. I continue to pray to the Almighty that these things that were and are will continue to be and that men will be able to bring truth back into our lives that we may remain free and pass this light to those who will carry on in our name.
Actually, you know what? I have an anime series that illustrates "freedom" perfectly.Look up "Suisei no Gargantia" or "Gargantia of the Verderous Planet." It's about a rank-and-file soldier in a totalitarian military society where you have to serve 16 years of military service to gain "procreation rights," which only last 2 months, who suddenly finds himself trapped on a world where everybody has the option of choosing what they want to do, how they want to earn their keep, and who they want to associate with.It's a really good series with lots and lots of pretty girls mixed in with the philosophical analysis of society, and the individual, and family, and prejudice, and questions of race and humanity and morality.
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