Short Stories About Freedom And Responsibility

Duty and liberty go hand in hand. If you don’t want to take responsibility, you can’t have freedom. Both come together or they go together. If you avoid responsibility, you will accept slavery in one form or the other.
Now you dream of freedom without thinking of the great work ahead. Freedom is there, but you haven’t worked. As a result, sadness prevails around you. You can get rid of this sadness. If you can destroy your slavery, your chains, then you can create.


Freedom means that you must be responsible for every action, for every effort; You will be responsible for everything you do or don’t do.
Even while talking about freedom, people are really afraid of freedom. But my experience is: very few people really want freedom; Because they unconsciously know that freedom will bring many problems which they are not prepared to face. Better to be in a good prison. It’s getting hot, and what are you going to do with the freedom? Unless you are willing to be a seeker, a seeker, a creator… some people want to go on a journey or go deep into the heart, or carry a burden. labor of love. The implications are great.

You have to drive the darkness away, but it won’t take long to go to jail. You cannot keep yourself burdened with sadness. Before the burden becomes too great and lands you back in slavery, prison, get creative and change the whole situation. Just find out what is your joy in life, what do you want to create, what do you want to be, what do you want to be your definition.
Freedom is the only opportunity to find an explanation for yourself, a good, kind person, and happiness in making the world around you a little better, a little more beautiful – a little rose, a little green and a little dew. ,


Madame Blavatsky, the founder of the Theosophical Society, always carried two bags in her hand. Be it a morning walk or a train ride – both the bags are always available. And when he was sitting on the train, he was throwing things out of the bags – out the window – on the side of the train.


People will ask, “Why are you doing this?”
He will say, “This has been my habit all my life. These are the seeds of seasonal flowers. I may not return to this path again, but that is not important. When the season comes and the flowers bloom, thousands of people pass on the train line. Every day they will see flowers, they will not know me.


“One thing is clear: I please some man somewhere. That much I know. It does not matter whether they know it or not. The important thing is that I do what makes a man happy. Some Children may come. And put some flowers, and go: Some lovers may come and hurt themselves: But in ignorance, I will live in their light, I will live in the joy of children, I will live in abundance. Will cross the road, they will see beautiful flowers.(Sachchidananda, 14)

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