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Are we capable of living our life freely Often in life we are faced with high expectations by parents and the outside world and succumb to the pressure of being someone we are not We have the idea that freedom is a natural right but freedom has become a fallacy that consumes our lives People like to believe they have the freedom to live life as they see fit however it is quite the opposite When you are born your parents already have your life planned out for you Your mother plans for you to be the next president while your father wants you to be a doctor just like him Meanwhile you just want to play in your crib with your rattles You can not even comprehend the concept of your future but your parents have visualized it and plan to raise you along that plan As we grow older particularly for males we are faced with athletics Your father signs you up for baseball soccer and football He already expects you to be a three-sport all-star just like dad Your father will not leave you be until youre a home run hitting goal scoring field-goal kicking machine He keeps you out in the back yard practicing all night long rather than doing homework and watching TV The mother also plays a pivotal role in arranging your life She constantly compares you to others When you fail a test you hear Why cant you get straight As like your brother The simple answer is because you are not your brother nor do you want to be You want to be yourself You want to live your life as you choose rather that how someone else chooses for you Parents also may try to mold you by comparing you to a celebrity When you refuse to do as your mother says and wash the dishes you may hear Do you think Michael Jordan
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