There are certain days so intense that fate or something else decides to play a trick on you and let you live for a few hours what maybe you’ve never seen and felt in your existence.
That day when you feel special and what you do is unique in the same way.
That day when you decide to change yourself and what’s around you…
And maybe it fair that it won’t last forever but only that moment that makes everything more magical…
This, I think, only happens to certain people who seek and eventually find what they have always believed in…
You’ll be remembered for that moment that many people chase for a lifetime.
Freedom is merely consisting of doing what we want or in the absence of obstacles to getting what we want, that what we think of freedom, but not in Kant’s thought.
Kant has more restrictions and demanding notions about the view to be free.
if we look through, start to be very persuasive:
Kant reasons follow: “When we, like animals, seek after pleasure, or the satisfaction of our desire and the avoidance of pain. When we do that we are acting freely?
We start acting as the slaves of those appetites and impulses.
Man is born, grows, reproduces, and dies. It is right for everyone that the mind regenerates and learns through the emotions and experiences of life, which deliver down for generations with the sole task of being saved, advancing oneself and possibly others, and understanding what is right and wrong and of avoiding falling into problems. The mind of man is conditioned and sometimes forced to do certain things without knowing the consequences before taking action. Happens to those who live in a constant habitat of ignorance and wickedness desired or not. In the next century, this will happen. The media and communication mean they will teach an education based on the submission of others, the power of the rich over the poor, the old over the young, creating such a chain, and confusion is impossible to dislocate. Those who behave differently using reason and common sense will remain in the minority, creating social and economic inequality. Those who understand this will use this tool to command and come to power by manipulating the masses. After all, JFK, RFK, MLK, Malcolm X, have tried to tell the truth, Wich brings evil and judgment, which cannot express. They will repress in a world of hypocrisy and falsehood.a life destined not lived because it is imprisoned in the dictatorships of the past still present today.
“Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil” – Thomas Mann
The symbol of the sin of disobedience, freedom, and knowledge that rebels against the status quo of mediocrity and living waiting for something to change and someone to do it for us in the compromise between good and evil that makes the ego and personality of each one of us, flourish against the adversities of those who want us, slaves, without future and happiness
An essential trait of the neoliberal ideology that marks the passage from “left-wing” to “right-wing” liberalism is the value and meaning given to social injustice.
One of the objectives of the governments of the previous liberalism was social justice, where the concept of justice could not be separated from that of equity (it is the idea of John Rawls, justice as equity) and equality (social equality is one of the significant demands of the movement of ’68).
Neoliberalism consolidates an idea of justice as freedom, where fairness and equality are not only objectives in themselves, but would even be negative features of social organization, as they would undermine the principles of competition, the pursuit of excellence, meritocracy that would be the basis of individual “virtuous” behavior that leads to the welfare of society.
In business, Rand’s influence has been especially pronounced in Silicon Valley, where her overarching philosophy that “man exists for his own sake, that the pursuit of his own happiness is his highest moral purpose, that he must not sacrifice himself to others, nor sacrifice others to himself,”
#Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation – which had become official January 1, 1863. The Emancipation Proclamation had little impact on the Texans due to the minimal number of Union troops to enforce the new Executive Order. However, with the surrender of General Lee in April of 1865, and the arrival of General Granger’s regiment, the forces were finally strong enough to influence and overcome the resistance.