Hi goneflyin Thanks for your great feedback.

Indeed, understanding that we can be free even if we physically imprisoned, is not an easy concept to grasp. Maybe an easier way to think about is to see the other side. Many people are free to do what they want (they choose where to be, what to do, etc.) but their minds are not free.

They are prisoners of manipulation, other people’s expectations and judgments, their own fears, etc. Mostly everyone who believe they are “free,” they actually are not making their own decisions in life. But rather been told by others what to do.

Have a great Friday!

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