The freedom of a man is not as much from the things that physically stays his movement or progress . . . It is in the power and the enablement to use same for pursuant of his purpose and dream; the reason why he lives.
The question that keeps ravaging my heart is: What will a once bound fellow do with his newly found freedom? Prosecute the unlawful masters to judgment or establish a system that stifles what was once a menace? This is actually the hardest choice I have found in humanity for the battle for freedom itself was and is rooted on the emancipation of self; part of which the quest for judgment is.
At this kind of junction, the battle to be conquered is no longer the villain in the former masters, but the one within – the battle against self.
20062010 | 09:24PM