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April 11, 2018, 10:55:27 PM
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There's just a simple explanation in every countries law
"You cannot compromise others freedom while utilizing yours."

And there too are moral obligations
"Your life in not entirely yours, you have responsibility towards your family, society and nation."

True, freedom is a privilege. Not unless you want tolive in a lawles country where strength is law, then you canndo whatever you want there. But nowadays in a somewhat nation where powerful people have a somewhat check and balance or a regulation, to enjoy your freedom you will have to do your obligation to your country (ie, paying taxes, following the rules etc). Your freedom to do something has to respect the freedom of others to do something else, or even to contradict yours.

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April 11, 2018, 11:30:52 PM
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Freedom of will means to do whatever we want to do in our life. It means the overall freedom of our life even if it is good or bad. But are we really free to do everything in our society ? Or we are bound to follow the rules and regulations ?Are we really getting the freedom we need ?

You can have freedom but with limitation. For me you can't have Absolute freedom even if we go back to the manual of life the Bible.ever since Genesis the beggining instruction to adam he can eat all things exept tree of good and evil. Though he has all the authority over it all god still commanded a minimal forbiddens. Like in life maximize life but not unto the point of hurting other people.

Perhaps you misunderstand. God's command about eating the fruit of that tree, was followed by, "The day that you eat of it, you shall surely die." Notice what God didn't say, "The day you eat of it I will surely kill you." So, what's the difference?

Let me use this example. You go to the car dealer and buy a brand new V8 car. Then you ask the mechanic at the dealer if you can switch two of the spark plug wires on the engine. He says, "No. You will destroy your engine if you do that." But it is your car. So, you have the freedom to do it. So you pull the plug wire off the plugs on cylinders 3 and 5, and you simply cross them over to the other plugs. And, you blow the engine.

The mechanic thinks to himself, "What an idiot," but the dealer is lenient, and replaces the whole car for you for free.

You were free to eat the fruit. You were free to do other wrong things. But it totally messed up the mechanics of the universe and your life regarding love and obedience. Then God came along and gave you the free gift of Jesus salvation. But if you trash Jesus salvation in your life, the dealer isn't going to give you a third new car. This is the last chance a person has.

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April 12, 2018, 03:27:59 AM
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Freedom to everything that you want is not absolute. This freedom is also bounded by limitations as set by our society. One of which is the law that was enacted in every society. These are rules and regulations set by the government for the society have its equilibrium and order. We do have acts that sets our freedom but it is ironic that laws also limit the freedom it sets. We couldn't blame our government for that. These regulations were set for the freedom that was given to everyone will be used for the common good and won't let anyone be harmed because of that. This makes freedom of will not absolute. For me, yes we are getting the freedom we need as all of those promotes the benefits for ourselves and the people around us.

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April 12, 2018, 04:19:29 AM
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There's just a simple explanation in every countries law
"You cannot compromise others freedom while utilizing yours."

And there too are moral obligations
"Your life in not entirely yours, you have responsibility towards your family, society and nation."

Big correct! This would some up in respect others and respect yourself.
Disrespectful can contaminated the land of respectful habitats.
We have our own responsibility toward other people, society, animals, and self.
We aren't born without family, and environment. Wr have big role to maintain the balance life with others if possible.

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April 13, 2018, 08:13:06 AM
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Every person should have the freedom of will. But there are still many democratic countries in the world, women have no freedom of will. As a result, women are lagging behind many things.
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