Our HumanitySpiritual Thought

The Daily Practice of Freedom

Freedom
Living your best and highest freedom and the choices made from this are not always comfortable nor bring a comfortable life.

But then are we choosing comfort? Is that our goal? What are we choosing here?

By not choosing we lose our freedom. It is easy to have someone take care of us. Sometimes that is a siren call. Comfort is easy. I wonder how our world will look in our future.

How many people will practice the daily art of freedom?

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To choose is the gift of freedom.

I think to choose is the gift of freedom, but it is like a muscle and needs to be used and developed. It is very tiring. There are days when I don’t want to make another choice. It is new to see this tiredness is from me using the muscles of choice in the practice of freedom.

Above: It takes time and consideration (image by computerkugel on pixabay)

 

Choosing what our ethics are, our morals, and our lifestyle takes time and consideration. In the practice of this, it moves us to places that are not always comfortable and well liked. Sometimes it places us in opposition to everyday culture.

Those that practice a higher freedom and up-level society are often placed in the center of conflict.

Living your best and highest freedom and the choices made from this are not always comfortable nor bring a comfortable life.

But then are we choosing comfort? Is that our goal? What are we choosing here?

Its about living from a growing inner standard. If we don’t act on these we live within compromise. Inner standards are a natural part of our humanity.

If you live within fear – it has the override and you can never be free. Fear dehumanizes us. Concentration camp survivors always chose to not allow this to occur. They chose how they will treat others.

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