The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance Themes

Russell Roberts
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Freedom requires responsibility.

Sam discusses responsibility throughout the book. If a person hasn't taken responsibility for his life, he owes someone something. If a person owes someone, he can't be free. He may be obligated to live his life in a way he doesn't choose. He may have to find a way to make more money to pay a person back. Being concerned about living a life that isn't a person's choice kills creativity.When responsibility is not accepted, the person is living more as a child with someone taking care of him rather than a free adult. Sam doesn't want to be a member of society that always remain a child. He doesn't need to have guidance at every turn in his life. Too many people run from their responsibilities. Some turn to drugs or alcohol. Some turn to other escapes. Sam calls television a secret addiction. Watching...

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