Freedom

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First Quiz and Unit topic freedom
Joe Nevalga
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Freedom

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  • Doing what is most good and loving
  1. What's not freedom

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    • It is not, the inability to do what you want, or Someone breaking human rights Why? Because you give yourself only license to not have that
    1. Illusion

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      • We are not free at all
      1. Absolute

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        • Doing what one pleases
      2. Opposite of freedon

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        • Misuse or abuse
        1. Insight

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          • Realizations, in this case insights about freedom
          1. Freedom to others

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            • Your freedom could affect your freedom as a community member which will then affect the freedom of the community
            1. Social effect
              1. Judging others

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                • Promotes DISCRIMINATION
                1. Good acts of kindness everyday

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                  • Creates a positive ATMOSPHERE
              2. Freedom with cooperation

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                • Freedom is not the absence of constraint, it is the presence of cooperation and responsibility
                1. Freedom Mission

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                  • We are called to be agents of change and promoters of freedom
                  1. Comparisons with humans

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                    • Animals act based on instinct only while we humans have conceptualization between right and wrong
                    1. Intellect

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                      • Conceptualization that leads us to do good, then brings us freedom Who have Intellect God Angels Humans Fact We are higher than Angels Because we have presence
                    2. Acting upon our Instincts

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                      • We become violent and aggressive Act without thinking about our consequences Act carelessly Only for our selves
                  2. What must be absent to have freedom

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                    • Anger Fear Judgement Worldly desire Peer pressure Hatred
                    1. Anger

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                      • Holds grief and negative thoughts
                      1. Judgement

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                        • Holds to see the best in other people Brings misconceptions Brings disbelief to a persons ability
                        1. Back stabbing

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                          • Breaks trust and Loyalty Degrades you as a human being
                          1. Indifference

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                            • Not being involved Not doing something is also doing something
                          2. Sensitivity

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                            • Address situations Have to be respectful Mindful
                            1. Be true to yourself

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                              • You can what ever you want without restraint No limit Need to reflect on the kind of person God wants us to be Still takes discernment
                              1. Authentic freedom

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                                • Doing good as people in the community
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