Let Freedom Ring
Freedom is defined by Merriam Webster as the quality or state of being free, such as: the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action; liberation from the power of another. Another example of freedom is a bird being let out of a cage or a woman regaining her independence after a controlling marriage is over. Moreover, freedom can be called a state of mind where you have the right and freedom of doing what is clearly your choice to do. Also, you can feel freedom from within, or the Freedom won by those who fought for it for us all.
Freedom means to just be able to grow into your own person and not have to worry about the societal constraints and social norms that impose pressure on individuality in today's society. Freedom is the state of being aware of one's own place in the world, taking responsibility for it, and deciding for oneself how best to act: striving for authenticity.
Freedom is therefore necessary for the individuals’ pursuit of happiness. Freedom from constraints on our choices and actions, freedom to grow, and to determine who, and what we are, to form ourselves.
Freedom is the fundamental condition for becoming and being a person.
The ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness should be spread across the Earth and allowed to flourish. With this faith we will be able to work together, pray together, struggle together, stand up together for freedom, for all, forever knowing that we shall all be free one day.
Freedom nowadays is interpreted in various means. But actual freedom lies in one’s heart when making choices for everything that they may want or need to do, to complete their life purpose or plans. Freedom may also just be a part of our personal journey on choices made. ….
To Me Freedom means …
Freedom to make decisions to better our lives, and those in our lives.
To have all the rights every human being possesses or should.
To live with neighborly love, no matter their nationality.
To be free from mental stress , agony, starvation, greed, tension. …
To be free from people who drown us away or hold us captive from life.
To have this world free from atrocities, harassment, bullying, abuse, etc…
Above all , freedom is letting you and others live in the way they choose …i.e., the original beautiful you and the original beautiful them; the way God intended for it to be. Freedom and individuality run hand in hand; we come out of the womb alone, even when twins, and we cross over alone into the next plain of life, we face God alone on our choices made while here. Jesus' freedom of choice allowed/moved him to choose to die for our sins, so we may be individually saved through him.
I say to you today my friends, let freedom ring.