Freedom and Duty

Freedom and Duty

Freedom and duty are two misunderstood words. In his freedom,  if a man may want to do something that is good to him but bad to some others, thus it is not in his right to do so. Even to himself if the act is dreadful. Even though the notion of freedom for man is to do what he wants to do, what he/she would do must have to be caring for himself and for others as his duty through exercising his rights. If he is devoid of caring for others, he is the worst animal according to Aristotle. 

Comments: 2

  1. I loved even more than you will get done right here. The overall look is nice, and the writing is stylish, but there’s something off about the way you write that makes me think that you should be careful what you say next. I will definitely be back again and again if you protect this hike.

  2. temp mail says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the work that you have accomplished thus far. The sketch is appealing and your written material is stylish. However, you seem to have a bit of a lingering impatience regarding when you will deliver the following. If you protect this hike, you will almost certainly be required to return sooner rather than later.

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