Free Will, Part 3

My first act of faith is to commit myself to FREEDOM.

And I commit myself to FREEDOM not on logical, but on moral grounds.

I commit myself to FREEDOM because I refuse to be reduced to a mere effect in an indifferent universe.

I commit myself to FREEDOM because, without it, all talk of character, virtue, ethics, and love is nonsense.

I commit myself to FREEDOM because rejecting it relinquishes my power and responsibility.

I commit myself to FREEDOM because every attempt to escape from freedom causes me pain.

Existentialism Humanism

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Frank J Peter View All →

A uniquely burdened and blessed citizen of the world thinking and acting out loud!

4 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Mark Twain, I like him btw, in one of his many works, argues that character, courage are results of training. No amount of willing would make a coward brave but introduce training, say in the army or an element of shame and the results will surprise you.

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