redrabid wrote:Freedom is not about having or not having, it's about possibilities, being able to make choices.
PsychedelicRabbit wrote:Freedom is adaptable in definition for the person you're applying it to. That's what I think, anyway.
PsychedelicRabbit wrote:Freedom means different things to different people. That's what I mean. Freedom means something different for everyone.
PsychedelicRabbit wrote:I didn't say it was always going to be a great definition, now did I?
PsychedelicRabbit wrote:Life is hard. I hate what Hitler, Stalin, and Jefferson all did to people different from them. Freedom means something different to everyone else, and sometimes different views clash. It's not pretty, not ever. Life is one of the worst hells someone will ever go through sometimes. But it can also be wonderful and heavenly at other times. That's how it is, I suppose. The bad seed ruins it for the others; but not all Nazi's wanted to kill the Jewish people, not all Russians were communists, and not all southerner's were racists...
EmbryonicRabbit68 wrote:I think get what PR said, freedom means different things to different people, and allowing everyone to feel freedom in their own way, is freedom itself. And limiting freedom to one definition, one singular belief, is in small a way, fascism. The point is, is the word freedom should be left out of question, it shouldn't be used as a morality boost like it is used for a lot. Freedom is just a word that should not be bound by a certain belief or definition. Free, I believe, could be another description of that.
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