“I” as independent

The most independent pets maybe ever seen – my mom’s old cat (just dead 22 years old) a glorious pride and arrogance – the best friend and perhaps the only friend was my now 15 years old dog – a Yorkshire terrier who is almost as autonomous and independent as the cat was – when the dog came to visit, they enjoyed each other’s company and they could eat and sleep together and enjoyed it – no one else dared.

The cat was 3 times bigger than the dog, the dog didn’t care about that.

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A letter “I” story challenge after the idea of “frizztext“. 

You are most autonomous and most independent, when you recognize
that there still is something you haven’t control over and something you are dependent on.

If the feeling of freedom and independence, based solely on the things to go your way
without fighting for it – then it is not freedom and not independence
but only a prison with armor transparent glass.

In our part of the world where we see us self as role models
it’s sad to see young people brought up to be
without resistance to opponent and defeat problems ‘at all’
“curling children” they are called with irony
parents sweep everything aside for them
so that they almost living in a bell jar.

In the name of independence we makes dependence.

Freedom and independence associated with responsibility
all for one and one for all
none of them are anyhing without the others.

If we didn’t take care this saying would be right:

“Freedom is just another word of nothing to loose”

 

 

 

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10 thoughts on ““I” as independent

    • #.bella remy – 29082012.0142
      Thank you, agree with me in this argument of mine – I was brought up learning that freedom and responsibility are close to each other – and none of them are worth much alone without the other – so freedom and responsibility together provide independence, I am sure of that indeed – and with responsibility in mind so there’s lots of space for freedom and independence – and to require it… 😉

    • #.frizztext – 29082012.1446
      I have always amused me over the word “arrogance” is a word that has a negative value to many ears – if you describe a person must not like – conversely so if it’s a person, much like it is the same attitude suddenly become overview, realistically, a person who has the ability to hover over the waters “, serenity, regal calm or other words with positive values… 😉

      Why call the same attitude different words in cases of like versus not like the person behind the attitude… 😉

      The word “proud” are used more equal…

  1. Great post! I like this part of your written piece: “Freedom and independence associated with responsibility, all for one, and one for all, none of them are anything without the others.” I think that Responsibility is often missing amongst the people of the whole world, as well as Respect. If we had all those qualities you mention and Respect for others, too…..we’d have more peace and less fighting. Good thoughts! And thanks for following me!

    • #.judy – 29082012.1600
      Thanks, really appreciates… 😉

      I think that respect is a part of responsibility and agree it’s something that missing both local and worldwide – the point that respect missing make fear come up on both sides – missing respect undermines knowledge of other peoples world and lack of knowledge creates more fear and more fighting – respect doesn’t need to be a matter of like or dislike – I think it’s wise having respect for the enemies, that’s not the same as fear them – not at all – our own greatest enemy is ignorance or lack of knowledge – and less our real enemies… 😉

    • #.madhu – 30082012.1618
      Thanks, really appreciates… 😉

      Agree and that’s make not one really independent but more dependent… 😉

      Sadly many don’t let these thing work together and some places in the world isn’t it even allowed to let them work together – I think it was something that should be natural learning from childhood…

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