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Nature Photography: The Free-Thinker

I’ve chosen these pictures of nature as analogy to free-thinking. Independent thinkers think as a matter of living and dying.  A matter of survival– each of us must do it for ourselves.

Letting a default figure or idolized image of authority over our minds defies natural law and order set for nature and for humans to function.  Dependence on that authority figure is a dangerous course of action which results to long-term ramifications.

Expressions of fair-mindedness, self-awareness understanding, ideas for change, philosophy, life-changing goals, reasoning and logic are as closely related to nature.  It’s natural human inclination to think for ourselves.

Except for those who have chosen others outside of their malnourished nature to decide for them— as their main breathing-support system.

The following questions are important to the free-thinkers. They are relevant with a little bit of wit and satire.

Have fun!

  • Question of

    Are you a free-thinker?

    • I approve
    • I disapprove
    • I will not answer. I will ask my group first.
  • Question of

    Does it matter to you that you are free to think, and not be punished for it?

    • I approve. Every opinion matters and should not be punished for it.
    • I disaaprove. I’m too scared.
    • I don’t know. I’ll ask my group.
  • Question of

    Are you really free to say what you think?

    • I approve
    • I disapprove
    • I will not answer. My group does not permit me.
  • Question of

    Is learning of truth and facts relevant to you as a free-thinker?

    • I approve
    • I disapprove.
    • I will not answer. My group does not permit me.
  • Question of

    Is natural expression of reasoning a mental illness?

    • Yes, they are sick
    • No, I’d like to hear more about it
    • I don’t know. I’ll ask my group-think

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