I believe all people have the capability to think freely yet many do not. It has been my experience that many people do not spend time pondering the fundamental questions of life: Who am I? What is life’s purpose — if any? Is there a creator and what is death? Some dismiss these questions as trivial, while others adopt beliefs and values they don’t even truly believe in. Instead, they are influenced by other’s opinions that provide them with a sense of normalcy.
We live in a world with an abundance of information, statistics and facts, yet none of them can define who you are. Though their validity can be an invaluable tool for expanding the mind and understanding life through an empirical sense, each individual possesses a uniqueness that cannot be captured by such devices alone. Even in the eyes of sciences, each of us has a unique set of genes, environment, and experiences that have produced a single person; a person novel to the sun itself.
Everyone deserves to be free but many live shackled by worries and doubts; fears which could be eliminated by truth, but only through truths that have been refined, polished and created inside of you.