The Importance Of Freedom In Society

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The greatest achievements in history have all came from one thing. A person whose past experiences have shaped them to better the outcome. Just as Ronald Reagan encouraged the Berlin Wall to come down, and for women's rights activists to help pave the way for women's rights. There are many things that force people to make change in their life. Most are empowered by their previous experiences in the world around them. The effect someone has on you defers tremoundesly. Sojourner Truth was supported by a wide range of people from the east coast to the west. She had created an audience in which led her to be the best she could be while promoting change for all. People are able to promote change off the success from others, just as Sojourner Truth…show more content…
There are always laws, regulations, rules, etc put in place. There will always and forever be “. . . the question of freedom for all mankind . . .” (Eidenmuller). There may never be freedom for all but we cant stand alone and be inconsiderate to those that don't have freedom we have. We must play our role in society and relinquish from those countries who don't support freedoms for all their citizens. We must not give up hope nor ambition to allow everyone the same freedoms we have. “. . . so long there is yet life in these bones, we will never comply with your arbitrary laws” (Applebee). We must not stir from the thought of backing down from the dreadful countries enforcing theses…show more content…
A heart along with a desire. Does that not make us equal? There is yet but one goal we face. We must direct ourselves towards the safety of others, “. . . against hunger, poverty, desperation, and chaos” (Eidenmuller). What is it going to take to look beyond the spectrum of money? Everyone must pull their resources together to be able to fight the common need of change. We all deserve the basic values of life, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” (Declaration). Our founding fathers built our country on the thought of those values. To which one of these is taken away shall be very significant in how one shall live out their
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