Like I feel like your always limited on freedom and the only thing that seems to give you more freedom is money.
Most Helpful Girl
No! If true freedom was real, then:
I wouldn't loose friends or family for being bisexual
I wouldn't loose friends or family for being atheist
I wouldn't loose friends or family for being liberal
I wouldn't have to watch what I say around people
I wouldn't have to hide who I am
If true freedom existed:
When I told my best friend tonight that I am bisexual, she would have said "okay, that's fine" instead of pretending like I didn't say anything and not responding.
My family and friends would know I'm atheist and would love me and accept me anyways.
My family and friends would be alright with me being liberal
I would be able to say what I wanted and people would accept me anyways
People would love everyone for who they are.1
Most Helpful Guy
Nope, because from my very own perspective "true" freedom would easily result in or meant "absolute" chaos for everyone and everything. Everyone and everything could then do whatever they want to do, or not do anything that they don't like to do or want to do even when they're obligated to do them.
Also, I feel there really is no "true" freedom because simply the fact we're all just very limited, very fragile, very vulnerable mere mortal beings made up of flesh, blood, and bone that can be gone unexpectedly at ANY time. Otherwise we wouldn't always have to constantly maintain our very existence in order to survive, and in which does cost money.
Just try and imagine for a second if we all had been brought into existence differently, such as that in which we had always been indestructible beings from the get-go when we were first brought into existence, with absolute no responsibilities ever at all forced upon us and to burden us, never had to starve, feel thirsty, tired, and various substantial amounts of limitations for being mere mortal beings made up of matter consisting primarily of flesh, blood and bone. Then would that not be a possibility of "true" freedom? No rules, no pain, no suffering, no oppression, no sadness, etc., as they all would then be entirely redundant.
But since it's not possible that way, ever. Nope, we're limited simply by what we are and only can be. So therefore "true" freedom wouldn't exist and would only be an illusion or delusions even if it ever did.1
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