What is freedom and why does an individual desire to obtain it?

Freedom is a state of being liberated without any confinements. Freedom is a common desire to obtain because it promises the opportunity to explore individuality without restraint. The progression to be free may feel restricting but it ensures new knowledge for individual development. An individual’s concept of freedom will never be identical with another but it is an individual’s responsibility to explore and decipher its purpose.

With freedom, a person is flexible to attempt various explorations and awaken new realizations. Freedom is a relaxing form of individuality. When a person is free, they are exempt from external restrictions and their ambitions are easily embraced. An inner voice becomes audible with confidence when the experience of self-recognition is acquired.

Freedom to experiment with all abilities allows a person to express their eccentricity and helps them to determine their unique characteristics. With the gift of freedom, a person is given the opportunity to openly convey their person and is directed towards the motivation to pursue their personal interests. Individuality is harvested with freedom.

Freedom is a treasure that ensures individuality but no wealth is obtained without a genuine commitment to nurture its growth. Go forth with courage, venture into adversity and gather the seeds to fuel your tenacity. Liberate your fears and adhere to the person you want to be.



Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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