Spirit of Freedom Living FREE vs. FREE Living (Rod Miller) pdf, epub, doc

The Journey of Life

Every life form is part of an integrated system of living and has the
opportunity to achieve success beyond the basics needed for survival. From single-celled organisms to plants and animals, exceptional living belongs to the best competitors.
Aside from luck and timing, achieving the most out of life is a matter
of persistence and the freedom of any living thing to strive and succeed
without interference. Until outside forces change its environment, every
form of life has the opportunity to excel.
Human society is never perfect but how we piece it together determines
our standard of living. Because the level of individual opportunity depends
on which pieces we choose and how those pieces are put together, we must understand all the pieces in terms of individual freedom versus the
constraints of collectivism, i.e. living FREE vs. FREE living.
America offers everybody the unique opportunity to enjoy the rewards and
recognition that follow achievement. Where else do all of the poor have
the opportunity to join the wealthy? What are the differences in America
that set it apart from less wealthy nations? This common sense book
focuses on answering those important questions.
According to Kenneth A. Wells, Author of Guide to Good Leadership, “A
good listener tries to understand what the other person is saying. In the end he may disagree sharply, but because he disagrees, he wants to know exactly what it is he is disagreeing with.” So it is with this book for its readers.

“Man is an individual being. Man is also a social being. His material success even his existence depends on the progress of others. Yet, man's fortunes and existence depend also on himself. In some respects he is tied to others, but in most respects he must be freed from others.

Defining this relationship between man and his fellow-men, discovering precisely where man should act socially and where he should act individually, has been a challenge throughout the ages. And the solution, if it has been found, is not well known in our times.

Today, all over the world in America as elsewhere the social side of man is being emphasized to the detriment of man's individual side. Nothing on this earth but understanding and the clear explanation of such understanding can erase this twentieth-century catastrophe.” — Leonard E. Read 1952

Today, sixty years later in 2012, we face the same dilemma and this book is meant to clarify and simplify commonly discussed issues.

Anyone who wants a clearer understanding of business and government and how they relate to each other in terms of politics and economics history should carefully read this book. The moral side of living is also addressed as it relates to the way business is or should be conducted.

John P. Kotter, Professor at Harvard Business School says, "Without credible communication and a lot of it, the hearts and minds of others are never captured."

There will always be a need to remind Americans of their unique position in the history of the world. Toward that end, a regular stream of traditional and meaningful cartoons, credible audios, videos and books in any format all help to keep ignorance from creeping into our lives. So, from time to time, we must re-visit that which has made America great, hence the purpose of this book.

Charles Darwin once observed, "Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge."

Superficial knowledge is dangerous to us all because the willfully delusional among us are easy prey for the sales pitches and empty promises of politicians and their benefactors

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