What Does Freedom Mean to You?

Christopher Jacob
4 min readJan 5, 2024

In the resplendent ideal of existence, an abundance of potentialities unfurls before your discerning regard. Behold a veritable multiverse, wherein reality dances with finesse between the palpable and the ethereal — an ephemeral realm catalyzes the currents of temporal energy, meticulously refining the obscured lens of perception. With discerning insight, you excavate the embodiment of your nature — a hidden gem radiating luminescence amid the mirage of liberation.

In this expansive empire of boundless imagination and reality, the mantle of responsibility experiences a profound shift onto the shoulders of others, for you surpass the confines of antiquated systems. Collectively, we lay the foundation of a novel bedrock for existence, avoiding entanglement in the snares of those deemed culpable.

Let us find our metamorphosis, where accountability intertwines with freedom, developing a path toward a progressive future.

Since our inception into this world, an untouched spirit of sovereignty has clandestinely coursed through our veins. Yet, a disheartening chorus of voices persistently whispers otherwise.

It wears the deceptive vestments of oppression. Society has veiled the crux of genuine freedom from our eager gaze. The absurdity lies in the tacit acceptance of this masquerade by all, greeted with unconcerned shrugs and complacency. How can such an ideology ever hope to prosper?

It flourishes exclusively for the deities among us, individuals enamored with their reflections, willfully blinding their vision to the diverse prospects lying beyond their self-imposed limitations. They hone a tenacious grasp on their inadequacies, clinging to them as they desperately pursue a semblance of truth, a shapeless verity that cradles their fragility like a vacant dream in the abyss of desolation and the mercy of death. They travel as fleeting souls, seemingly bereft of purpose and relegated to obscurity, directionless in the extensive spectrum of the present.

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Christopher Jacob

Come as you are. Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach. Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology, and Business. Two-time International Award-Winning Writer and Editor.