My Philosophy of Freedom – What freedom Means to me?
Freedom is such a broad term. Each being on earth has its own kind of freedom.
I never thought of freedom as a term in itself apart from having freedom of choice. But while I was collecting thoughts on writing this post, I realised how freedom had different meaning over the years.
As a child, freedom was all about self rule. I wanted to have my own rules for play time, eating, studying.
As a teenager freedom was all about having my choice. Hanging out with friends without permission, wearing clothes of my choice, making friends of my choice – my mom use to hold me back from making friends with some people ?
At 20 I had chosen a life partner and I wanted the freedom to hang out with him, marry him. I wanted freedom to work and be self independent. Freedom was about independence then. ??
Years passed by like this and now I Realise freedom is all about being responsible and taking the responsibility of what you choose.
To me freedom now and even in the past was having my own choice and be responsible for the same.
When one has freedom – He/she takes responsibility and learns in the process.
As a child when my mom asked me to travel alone ti school or nani house – I got the freedom to travel and in the process I learnt to travel independently.
At 20, When I chose the guy to get married, I knew in future whatever good/ bad happens will be because I chose him. thankfully my days are good. ?
As a mother, freedom is all about being urself and following ur mommy gut feeling. I recommend to all the new moms, please follow your instincts thats the best teacher and give you the much needed freedom from the world advises. (let me tell you there are 569383). ? So when I follow my own thoughts/gut/instincts I am responsible for whatever good/bad happens. Motherhood has taught me a lot in the process.
As a whole being myself, freedom is not having the necessity to rebel ? over anything. Freedom is all about having a rhythm in life and absolutely be in love with it – I am struggling hard to get in to a rhythm.
What are your thoughts on freedom?
This blog post is a part of #LetsDiscussFreedom Blogathon. I would like to thank Veena from thereadingmomster for introducing me. I would now like to introduce Alpana from mothersgurukul and suggest you to read her views on the prompt, ‘What Does Freedom Mean To You’.