Freedom

There is a lot about freedom. Being born in relatively free country I and others living here seek freedom in many different ways.

For me personally freedom is:

  • No command and control. I do not need anyone to tell me what I am allowed and what I am not allowed to do. This is crucial part of my freedom in professional domain. I am working with full heart to get this accomplished in my surroundings.
  • I am allowed to be who I am. I know that it is difficult for me to accept what I am and even more difficult to others. My children have taught me quite a bit about this. Acceptance of yourself is the key.
  • Ethical freedom. My ethics tell me where my nose is leading me. I need to take responsibility of the ethics of mine and also others surrounding me. I do not want to end up in ethical dilemmas.
  • Freedom of speech. I cannot work or live in environment where my sayings are supervised or controlled. It is I, not supervision, who takes responsibility of my sayings.

None of these seem life threatening, but for me they are. I will never jeopardise my freedom. This means everything for me.