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freedom to choose

I’ve had a couple of interesting conversations lately…regarding freedom of choice.

I’m a passionate believer in the individuals right to choose. No matter what it is, there should always be some kind of choice involved. 126 more words

Ptsd

How to Protect Pregnant Women, and How Not To

By Deborah Tuerkheimer

The New York Times

In the wake of a savage attack on a pregnant woman and the removal of her fetus, Colorado lawmakers are planning to… 431 more words

LAW

Questioning God's right to be God

When a plane crashes and some die while others live, a skeptic calls into question God’s moral character, saying that he has chosen some to live and others to die on a whim; yet you say it is your moral right to choose whether the child within you should live or die. 33 more words

Morality

ROUNDING THE ROAD OF REALITY

Firstly, RRB members must acknowledge the fact that our thoughts/interpretations may be offensive to some, but we were born into the Really Real Bruthaz cipher to benefit the collective and express our views regardless of the backlash that shall transpire in the aftermath.  801 more words

Rant

Not Against Flesh and Blood

Recently, my heart and mind have been reminded of the truth that we all face each day.  Many of us refuse to see or acknowledge this truth, some of us are ignorant or apathetic to this truth, and some have made the decision to be seduced and to intermingle and accept the darkness that accompanies this truth. 1,516 more words

Christianity

The Lie We Live (We think we are free)


Freshtastical
We need to ask questions, we need to ask why and if it does not feel right we should find our own way. We are free, but most of us have forgotten this. 27 more words

Freedom

A Country Of Bans

Why call India a democratic country when it isn’t one? Is it just to give us happiness and self-satisfaction about something non-existent? In this country Freedom of Speech and Expression is just a written statement never implemented. 579 more words

Freedom