Today is an episode of TSP Rewind, commercial free versions of past podcast episodes. Today’s episode was originally Episode-653- Thirteen Interesting Facts About Liberty. and was originally fist published on April, 28th 2011. The notes below are the original notes from that episode.
Today we examine liberty to truly understand what we are working for with self sufficient lifestyles. Liberty seems like a simple concept at first, are you free or not? But what really defines freedom, what really is the difference between liberty and captivity and are their shades of gray that deceive us?
Join me today as we discuss these thirteen facts about liberty…
- Liberty can not exist in a pure democracy
- Liberty can not be defined except by the one experiencing it
- Government can not create liberty only defend it
- Liberty is about equal opportunity not equal results
- Liberty must be defended by the individual
- Liberty is a right that comes with many responsibilities
- Liberty can be frightening
- Liberty isn’t getting everything you want
- Liberty isn’t always “pretty”
- Liberty requires an crime to have a victim
- Liberty means others will do things you don’t like
- We are not born into liberty, we are born into captivity
- Liberty is something we grow into
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