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Freedom Never Dies

by Uttam Gill (writer), BOMBAY(MUMBAI), July 11, 2012

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When we die, thereafter too from the ashes, the freedom will fly unbridled, untrammeled and remain immortal to be in other time and will continue it will never die.Freedom never dies.

Why do we admonish the one, who wish to take a course, which is perhaps not as per the conventional norms? The matters of life are designed and one is expected to live in the given frame work of rules, tradition, customs and belief. My foot, it’s incredibly depressing; no freedom defines any parameters and if it does, then perhaps the freedom itself, as we perceive, is flawed.

The so called, crusader of freedom loudly proclaim from the citadel of their make believe rampart, that we all need to live freely. Oh! God it’s a blatant lie. Nobody is free to choose. Time and again, I have been voicing my concern and my concern define me as a rebel but I know, I have to contain my anger with patience. Amidst chaotic conditions my hope needs to survive.

I have come across few and they are my dear friends, who with no fault of their own been subjected to painful miseries and that too by their own, nears and dears one. They are living with scar; the brutal assault over their psych is certainly not making them to live life normally. You know why, it’s because of an indifferent attitude of people towards them. They are left alone to their fate. I always ask; who is going to pull them out from the dungeon of sorrows. Isn’t somebody out of us? I have seen to skip responsibility many very tamely, rescue themselves by lame excuse that they are not great and it is humanly impossible, to fight against the demonic beliefs of the world. If that is so, from now onwards, we must stop talking big, let’s not project, what we are not.

Come on guys, look into the potential and enormity of kind gestures, the genuine sympathies of care, love and affection; that can make even lame to walk. So liberally and casually, we are quoting great people words, we are sharing the sacred text of great religious books…we are extending pleasantries; day and night we are talking good, you know why, because, we wish to paint ourselves as great. This farcical assumption can never fetch the desired results unless we translate our genuine goodness into real hardcore action.

I am not great….neither I wish to be…yes I wish to be a real human being for them, who are kind and caring. I don’t wish to be an offender with guilt, where I project myself as a great man. I wish to develop myself for somebody, who certainly needs me as human being and there are many…they are among us...we need to address their problems. It’s not that they are not strong...It is because we know our weaknesses and to me it appears that essence of any strong bonds can only survive, if we relish each others strength and weaknesses. Few may say it’s a loud thinking and I am outlandish in being different; no I am not. Many may not dare to take any action by defining the issues as contentious. Such people need to be admonished because we know they are lying.

My dear friends, in life we have our equal shares of accolades and brick bates and I know life is such and I have no issues over that. Let’s pray that God give us strength for what we believe in and let us be as graceful and sane, so as to deliver the good.

We have purpose. To be fair to everybody, let us also not deny the fact that we have fears too that, we may loss… but no sense of expectant defeat must ever deter or discourage us to take the right action.

By holding such views, I don’t know, after me, how people will judge me, but I pray that when they do; they will see the purpose also and even then, if they are not convinced; then, they have the legitimate right to define me as redundant. I don’t wish to impose; what is correct for me may be wrong for others and from the right and wrong of life, if I die as looser, even then I would like to rise from my ashes. Let my ashes speak. I don’t belong to myself...I belong to my freedom. Freedom will makes me exist even after my death.

Freedom is free from any bondage…freedom is, of what we believe in and the purpose for which we wish to exist. Let freedom draft the course of your life. We know time is less and when we die, thereafter too from the ashes, the freedom will fly unbridled, untrammeled and remain immortal to be in other time and will continue…and continue...it will never end. Freedom never dies.



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Uttam Gill is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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By Barbara MacDonald on July 16, 2012 at 09:29 am

The legacy we leave for our loved ones is our "freedom"...freedom to be "perfectly" ourselves...well done Uttam...

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” Mahatma Gandhi

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By Angie Alaniz on July 17, 2012 at 03:37 am

I think the need to be free will never die, but Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.

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By Uttam Gill on July 17, 2012 at 10:24 pm

Yes, Barb we need to leave legacy for our loved ones..Thanks for your comments

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By Uttam Gill on July 17, 2012 at 10:29 pm

Yes, Angie... very true… we are born free and that’s imbibed in us...The moment we wish to be... we are free...Thanks for your comment.

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By Jurata88 on June 26, 2014 at 05:16 am

It will be amazing help karma dla psa

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