Freedom

There lies in every human heart an ineradicable desire for freedom. Yet the concepts of what constitutes true freedom are so many and varied that definitions of this term would probably differ according to individual ambition, environment, and experience. All would unite, however, in the desire to be freed from the bondage of suffering, from anxiety, sorrow, misfortune, injustice, and poverty.

Throughout the world's history mortals have longed for and sought for a way of permanent release from these ills. The unselfed efforts of noble men and women, of reformers and philanthropists, devoted to this end, are not lost; their labors have alleviated human suffering and have enriched the world.

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