* creating freedom

relocated to: https://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/creating-freedom-through-courage-and-curiosity/

4 Responses to “* creating freedom”

  1. mark schwietz Says:

    JR: Keep it up. The 4 C’s: Creation/Curiosity/Clarity/Courage

    Reminds me of the 4 C’s of Ala-non: I did not Cause it. I can’t Cure or Control it. AND I can’t remember the fourth.

    Hope your Monday night iGRoup was a hit.

    • jrfibonacci Says:

      Hey Mark, yeah Monday was valuable for me. It was just 3 of us. We visited for about an hour and then went into a long accountability round, which was great. I had two accountability pieces (and stretches).

  2. Ante Says:

    i am very happy that you think loudly about creativity and freedom. For me the key categories for freedom are LOVE and TRUTH. Without love you can not easily find out truth, specialy when fear is within you. Creativity is related with honesty too, and freedom without creativity is the rare bird. Anyway your thoughts are inspiring and reminds me to reprocess and restructure my interpretation about freedom…

    • jrfibonacci Says:

      Ante, when fear is present, one may bring curiosity anyway to the target of attention to which we are redirected by fear and so soon fear may shift to courage, the fulfillment of fear, one of our many partners and allies and blessings from God. Further, when there is already absolute freedom from all ideas and all self-concepts and self-concerns (worry and resentment and shame and so on), then love is possible, and indeed natural. Anything else is merely an idea about love.

      Be careful of words. Love is an inspired action, but the word love is cheap, like many words. Let the way we use the words be valuable, rather than cheap! Thank you for your willingness to participate in this inquiry, Ante.

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