Am I, really, free?

By Koala.

So, we have: “I am free” (I act freely). You have to learn how to identify from whom to be free, from what, why. You have to learn to describe a compound in which “I am free” finds its justification. Besides, it has the same value as, let’s say, “I’m just (I act fairly)”. Next it became “justice”. Playing with meanings, a shamanistic use of certain ideological choices can often be described as a transition from adjectives to nouns (so, we should find a specific relationship with the verb, that is, an act which – in reality – is always behind everything). Here, people that are not accustomed to think in an abstract way, perceive nature as “objectified” (they perceive because our thought reflects the language template), as if it were identical, for example, in love and in stone … although both nouns reflect two completely different realities. You can kill a beloved or loving person with stone, but you cannot kill love (only with a stone).
The plant is not free from the ground, where it gets food. We are as plants. Our ability to think is only one of many other capacities existing in all beings that populate the world. Our freedom expresses only one aspect of behaviour and values ​​(an ethic one) in our relationship with the rest of the world, that is – also – with the people or against the people.