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Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking. ~ Jackson Browne

Human Inherent Freedom

Freedom (i.e. being free, freed from, cleansed, …etc.) is a term often used by many people on this planet and - collectively - they tend to associate freedom with a condition of being free…

  • with the right to act or speak or think without any externally imposed restraints or accountability to others whatsoever.
  • from all obligations, duties and imposed restriction by society and/or authorities.
  • from responsibility and without any obstruction or limitation and unbounded by imposed limitations.

This idea of what freedom entails, is an incredible misconception and - as a matter of fact - a crime against humanity itself and against the principles of all of Creation. We are required - at all times - to act and behave responsibly, within the parameters of group or society or community accountabilities. Life in itself do not tolerate freedom (anyway as most people tends to view freedom) at all, we are bound by space and time; function, operate or exist within many synchronized cycles of life and are bound by…

Any attempt to obtain irresponsible freedom (i.e. the popularized point of view as described above) from any of the natural, physical or spiritual laws; will result in…

  1. …a friendly warning, and when ignored, turns into…
  2. …a slight wrap on the fingers, and when we persist, escalate to…
  3. …an earnest reprimanding and… when lessons are not learned yet or if we do not pay attention…
  4. …a complete and utter destruction, annihilation and/or a complete physical, mental and emotional meltdown.

The process (warning → taping → reprimand → annihilation) may take some time, years, decades or even centuries; but it will definitely come… because as “you sow, so shall you reap” (i.e. the spiritual law of karma), if not in your life time, your children's or your children's children.

Does it imply that there is no such a thing as freedom?” “That any kind of freedom is only an illusion, a fabrication of a delusional mind?

NO! as human we are free to choose providing that our choices (individually and collectively as a species) falls within the natural, physical and spiritual boundaries of Creation… responsibly and accountable to all living organisms (minute, small, sizeable and gigantic) on this planet, and - who knows - maybe the universe as well.

What does responsible & accountable freedom imply?

It implies that freedom DO NOT mean free from obligations, responsibilities and duties towards all of creation. Freedom operates in synchronicity within cooperative and co-creation limits, which essentially states the freedom to…

  • utilise resources for whatever purpose necessary, without restricting the freedom of others (i.e. people, animals, insects and plants).
  • study how creation works, and to adapt it to our needs… responsibly and accountably (i.e. the fundamental principle of co-creation).
  • distribute ideas and concepts without reservation, to benefit our fellow man, without forcing them in unwise directions (i.e. utilizing the Power of Reason, the Power of Sacrifice… and limit the Power of Brutality, to use only in exceptional cases).
  • improve on the creations of others, and release improvements to others so that the whole community may benefit from it (i.e. sustain abundance as opposed to scarcity, of which the open source initiative is an excellent modern day example).

Authentic freedom is our humble contribution to make the world a better place for all that is living on this organic space ship of ours. Thus, exercise and use your freedom wisely… very, Very WISELY!

We are free to use what our planets has to offer… BUT, we are NOT free to harm or destroy the symbiotic existence of all that is Created… man, plant, animal, insect, reptile, bird, fish, …etc. With our freedom comes great RESPONSIBILITY!

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