Conny Jasper


Posted on: September 29, 2015

We all define freedom differently. While one person claims to have great freedom, another person claims to have very little. This means that perception is a major factor in how autonomous one feels.

The truth is that we all live within the parameters of a societal structure. The world is a big place with many different social and political circumstances. Every geographical area has its collective way of doing things. And it is within this context that we experience our own sense of liberty.

Each personality has a unique way of being in the world. One person feels comfortable with strict rules and structure, and another person feels smothered by this. Naturally, there are variations within this spectrum.

For the most part, freedom depends on the choices one makes within the boundaries of where one lives. So I ask, does freedom begin in one’s mind, or does it begin in the outside world?


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