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FREEDOM : By Aradhana

FREEDOM , Freedom means liberation from external controls
We can act and think according to our will. We are free to pray any God, whom we believe. We can dance on the roads in marriages of our friends, we are free to eat anything we like to eat. We are free to choose our clothes, Indian or western or burkha. We can choose whatever job we want to do. We can walk in the rain. We can go anywhere in our county using any transport. we can shop own or sell anything. we can educate ourself or our children from any institute. we can go movies, markets restaurants with anyone. Every day we watch different kinds of news, media is independent to show any news on tv. Why. Because we are living in free country, India is a free country. All these things are seeming very small, but ask a prisoner the importance of all these things. Ask a caged bird what freedom is.
Our forefathers had fought for this freedom and sacrificed their lives for this freedom. India had been ruled by Mughals and British for many years before we got the freedom. In my childhood, I have heard many stories from my grandmother of that age. Farmers had to pay good amount of their earning to the rulers. British officers use to make Indians as their servants. Girls were not allowed to go outside. Now a days, we are free to live our lives our own way.
Being free is a great feeling but I have seen people are spoiling it by taking it for granted.
With Freedom comes responsibility and to sustain this freedom, the most important thing is discipline. Freedom means no external controls. But we require to maintain self-discipline in order to make this freedom worth.
Yes we have freedom to eat anything, but what if everybody throw the leftovers over roads and public places. We are free to be educated and learn things, but what if people start to write their messages on public places like boundaries and trees of a park or roadside hoardings.
Being free is good but everybody should take responsibility of being a citizen of a free country. We should make our country clean and corruption less. We should follow rules and regulations of society and we should follow rules of roads also. We should help the less privileged peoples.
I want to pay my respect to our soldiers, who are continuously monitoring our borders and lands, without any fear of their lives. We are enjoying here freely, only because they are fighting there for us.

We are free to express our feeling here, only because we are living in a free country. We should respect this freedom and we should take care of it for the next generations.
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  1. "With Freedom comes responsibility and to sustain this freedom, the most important thing is discipline". This is my fav line. Very nice yar.

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