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I commented here:

Liberty doesn’t ask you to hurt people – it just asks you to live your way without bothering others. The freedom to sway your hands ends where my nose begins. Remember – It Ain’t your business if I do?

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  1. chintan
    June 9, 2007 at 1:05 pm

    no man is an island.

    we are connected by the very same waters that seperate us.

    how can freedom be confined???it aint any freedom then…

    how do i live a way, that doesnt bothers others?
    whose opinion do i consider? mine or the others?
    i say she shud not be bothered. she says but she does.!!!!!!

  2. June 9, 2007 at 1:35 pm

    Liberty never says “speak so that others might be hurt”.

    They say truth is blunt, wisdom says you need not tell it even when liberty says “You have freedom of thought and expression”. Is that at the cost of others tears?

    Following liberty is your morality, you cannot enfore your morality on others.

  3. June 9, 2007 at 8:47 pm

    Liberty, in it’s theoretical meaning, loses it’s meaning when you say ‘you cannot enfore your morality on others’. History shows that, not-starting from, Egyptian times were enforced morality.

    ‘Liberty never says “speak so that others might be hurt”.’
    I think it’s your opinion. Liberty of one doesn’t take into consideration the feelings of other, does it?

  4. June 10, 2007 at 9:51 am

    What will you call the days of servitude? Do you think the slaves were living in liberty? The landlords were, perhaps, because they forced slavery without any of consideration of other’s feelings, they lived their way while the slaves did not. Liberty cannot ask you to hurt others to an extend that it gives one physical or mental torment.

    As far “Love”, feelings for near ones, are concerned, it has different set of rules. You don’t hurt the other so as to inflict physical or mental torment, its because of concern for the other…

  5. June 11, 2007 at 9:25 am

    Well, that’s a question in return of question :(, the context is switched.

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