"It is up to you to decide whether or not
you're ready to be free, really free.
This pertains to your relationship
as well as your activities in the world.
You are limitless, if you choose that!
Your freedom comes from letting go.
Freedom means empowerment to be, do, go, feel,
whatever your heart tells you.
Only you have kept yourself from having this freedom out of some
misunderstanding of what your responsibilities really are.
Your responsibilities are to your Self.
Serve that truly, fully, and you serve All."
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Another inadequate, feel-good, off-the-mark attempt to define freedom.
 -- David L Rosenthal     
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    Tell that to the starving and abused children of the world - sounds nice from the comfort of your living room. Freedom is relative no less no more and is a luxury that comes once you are fed and out of harms way.
     -- Robert, Sarasota     
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    True freedom comes from letting go.Indeed. Letting go of your attachments to this world in all it's pain and pleasure and give 100% of Your Self, Your Life, to The Giver of Life.
     -- Me Again, Your Town,USA.     
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    Insipid nonsense.
     -- Lee Robinson, Gainesboro, TN     
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    4 stars for daring to free oneself from self-imposed dogma and for encouraging free thought and responsibility.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    A perfect recipe for sociopathy.
     -- David L Rosenthal     
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    Foolishness disguised as wisdom. Freedom without responsibility is just what the spoiled child cries for.
     -- Ken, Allyn, WA     
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    I'll go with E Archer on this one. And perhaps this quote means that freedom is up to the individual , not from the government.
     -- jim k, Austin, Tx     
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    Freedom is not so much letting go of materialism, slavery, selfishness, non-responsibility and anti-natural law activities (though there is a certain starting point there) as freedom is living natural law to its fullest (personal responsibility, charity and other eternal principles being requisite therewith).
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    I think it's a beautiful quote, WHY ALL THE NEGATIVE REACTIONS??

    Quote is not attempting to "define Liberty"! MORE ACCURATELY, Alma Daniel calls Our attention to the power of emancipating Our SELVES from the common groupthink and dogma, in order taht We might best serve Our inner souls and spiritual programs to their fullest and greatest manifestation.

    Blows me away, to see all the negative reaction here; I reckon I was unaware I am far more emancipated in spirit - akin to message of quote - than all the naysayers here calling it junk whom cannot take an extra moment to suss its True meaning.

    All my life I have followed my own path, to the chagrin of such self-hobbled naysayers. I am surprised to find so many here on an otherwise benevolent and intellectual board.
     -- Mark W, Aurora, Colorado     
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