Freedom Essay | Freedom & Obligation

Orlando Patterson
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Freedom & Obligation

Summary: Freedom and obligation are mutual concepts that work together. There can be no freedom without obligations; we can never be free if we violate or ignore what we are supposed to do, fail to think of others, and focus only on our selfish wants.
Mutualism: Freedom & Obligation

Can you define freedom? Literally, most people can, all they have to do is look for the word freedom in the dictionary and they'll find its meaning instantly. One would probably even say I'm free... if I can go out and go home whenever I want to; if I can sleep very late; if I can use drugs and drink alcohol uncontrollably; if I can hang out with my friends rather than doing my chores; if I can smoke like a chimney and many more selfish acts a person could think. If one couldn't do what he wants, then for him, he is being deprived of his freedom but you know what, this is just a shallow understanding of the word itself because freedom is not that simple. Everything on earth has a deep meaning that men should understand by heart, if not then everything...

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