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Types of Freedoms

Types of freedoms are often over looked. The freedom from diseases. It is really scary that we over look this one so much. This is one freedom that although we might not have total control over we can at least be proactive.

Take care of yourself, how do you expect to work and grow in all phases of your life if you don't take care of you first?

Freedom of time is one that is known pretty much world wide. This is so widely thought about because of the workman mentality that was installed in all of us.

Get up go to work, come home, eat and sleep, then wake up and do it all over in the morning for five days or more a week. The majority of the world longs for freedom from this rut.

Yet so many will continue to dredge through life punching a time clock stuck in the "Groundhog Day" movie until they die of boredom or exhaustion.

When you were born you had no clothes on

and NO


in your hand!

The question is where did it come from then? It came from normal thinking. Normal people had babies then thought them to be normal too, it's simple.

Many times Dreams are crushed early in life. A child tells their parents, "I want to be a movie star, rock star or rich."

The reply many times from parents is, "Yeah right grow up you know how many others have wanted to do that and failed?"

Now tell me this:

Why didn't that parent say, "Hey that's great! John Wayne did it, Steven Seagal, Selena Gomez and many more have done it and "You" can as well."

You can't blame the parents they are just parroting what their parents and their parent's, parents before them said because they were all normal!



Here at Living Free, you are free to be whatever you want to be, and "You can do it!" Never let anyone tell you different! (Not even your parents)

Do you want to be abnormal? If you don't you will never be free because normal can't be free due to the thought process. Example: You went to the grocery store and you are ready to checkout. Who do you want checking you out the fast one that does the job well that sees their job as an honor and wants to be the best or the sluggish one that doesn't give a crap and doesn't mind showing it?

What's the difference? The fast one thinks differently about the job (abnormal); the sluggish one sees the job as a dead end job that sucks and wishes they were anywhere but there. (Normal).

You decide it's your life live normal



All ways think different!

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