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The concept of freedom is not a skill to be learned practiced or improved upon Nor could it be utilized or withheld upon volition It is only optional either in its existence or in its exercise It can either be increased or diminished by wish or labor The idea of being free begins when we are what we believe to be conscious of how we limit ourselves and our destinies to any of the confines of the presumed fate that we have already accepted It is taking place not only when we are aware that it is existent but when we are convinced that we can redirect ourselves from what we believe was the inevitable outcome and steer ourselves to one that is more desirable And it is free will that has ultimately occurred when we have mindfully acted upon a decision that we believed was possible of achieving One important point that we must mention is that a person is not free to act if he is without an opportunity to do so This might make us ask how does one truly know if t here is an opportunity awaiting First off it would soon become apparent in any situation if there was one that did or did not exist Second if there was not one or if we needed another solution then we must decide whether to seek out another one I feel that there always exists the possibilities of other opportunities in our endeavors mainly because if there is a cause ones desire it will lead to the effect the motivation needed to make it a reality then we would ultimately manage a way of presenting ourselves with an opportunity for an alternative route around the what we believed was our fate Otherwise I uphold that if I cannot conceive of any alternative opportunities nor have desire to seek one out then I have neglected to exercise what I believe
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