freedom - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
I hereby nail it. I nail "The Great Language Reformation" to the front doors of the establishment. If we want to see the true master we need to take a look at the smallest details of the craft we all fly in. Language is culture, what does ours say about ours? Be brave enough to see that the sounds we form language from are not random, yet multi-stranded triangulations of other concepts, recipes that guide our actions and opinions. After the reformation, we will be really driving our future rather believing we are steering from the top of a double decker bus. The prefrontal cortex, the "good wolf," needs our conscious effort to gain and retain control. That is true freedom.
The money-nexus was set up as a predator-prey relationship because it was born of an era that was socially darwinistic; thus by design it is countercurrent to freedom.
Freedom is only freedom for all when the world has come to live through love, the money-nexus at its birth was constructed to enforce a world of inequity.
The champions of the world are those determined to live for love, through love and to give from the heart in complete freedom.
Freedom is your birthright yet we can only maintain it through individual hard work in the spirit of loving cooperation and self sacrifice. Please sign up for that. It, by necessity, is voluntary.
The freedom to starve and the freedom to become an abused "free" slave is incompatible with loving your neighbour as yourself. Yet the freedom to a proper share of the global harvest, to clean water, a home, good health, to nature and a safe environment is compatible with love. So when you think of freedom, my friend, run it through the "love filter" first... otherwise all you are protecting is the freedom to become monsters and victims of monsters.
Give me the space to dance and lay down your expectations of what dance is. Give me time to think and lay down your expectations of what thoughts are or should be. Give me the right to eat, to have shelter and be clothed, and lay down your expectations of what that should be. Then I am free. Then we can talk as equals and rediscover the art of cooperation. I need you. I love you. It is within me to help you. And because we are human you are the same; we mirror each other. In this freedom is born a peace, something that will stretch into as many days as the sun has left to shine upon.