What Does It Mean To Be Free Essay

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Freedom

I believe once freedom has been won, it can be taken away. If you are being bad or not following the rules, than you should not have the rights to do what you want. Freedom has been given to you for a reason, and you need to use it for that reason. I believe it should be taken away because sometimes freedom shouldn’t always be “free.”
You should be limited on what you get to do. If you do not want to follow the rules you are given by your parents then you should be limited. You need to follow the rules given to you by the person, because they are trusting you and endorsing that you follow them. If you get the freedom you need to respect it. If you make a mistake you should have it be taken away, and you have to earn it back.
When you are out in your community you need to respect your rights. There are always people watching
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If you go to jail, you will have to earn your privileges back by doing community service hours or even rehabilitation. When you get out of jail you still should not have that right, again for a very long time. I actually don’t think you should even get that right back, if you got in trouble with the law. You need to try to inhibit yourself from making bad decisions like this.
If you do something your not suppose to in your home, community, or worldwide than you should automatically lose your freedom for that. You need to earn your rights back for that. Even though everybody makes mistakes, some okay mistakes and some really bad mistakes, you sometimes just need to re-earn rights. It’s not always a smooth ride, sometimes there are bumps in the road. If you make a mistake or two, it’s not the end of the world (most of the time). As Coretta Scott King, civil rights activist said, "Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every
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