Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Definitions Better Than Webster's: Part 32

"Freedom is more than the right to do what you want, when you want, simply because you can. The cemeteries, prisons, hospitals, and streets are full of people who did what they wanted to do, at great expense to themselves, their families, and innocent bystanders.

Freedom means little by itself; it must be tempered with knowledge, wisdom, and spiritual direction for it to be of lasting value. You should desire the freedom to access information which will allow you to make the best choices possible; not just for yourself, but for your family, your descendants, and for the planet. We are all in this world together, and the freedoms that we exercise determine whether we will make this world a heaven or a hell." -Anthony Browder

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