4 comments on “Finding Freedom Through Uncertainty

  1. I like the direction and mood of this blog a lot. Great job guys! I have also thought about many of these ambiguities and have come to a personal conclusion that freedom, however defined, cannot be given.

    Freedom MUST be seized. “Freedom” given can be taken away. You’re right; it isn’t won once and for all, the price of mental freedom is never-ending vigilance, a more fully conscious existence.

    It’s kind of like driving a manual transmission car, haha – you get more control of how the engine is put to use (more freedom), but you also don’t get the option of lazily cruising on auto.

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