ENG1121E106Spring2019

In-Formation

Author: zainab

FREEDOM HAS NO LIMITS

FREEDOM HAS LIMITS

Zenabu. A Yahuza

Eng 1121 – E106

Prof. Schmerler

 

One of the beautiful quotes of famous John F. Kennedy is “The road to progress is freedom’s road.” One might ask what is freedom then? From my opinion freedom is an innate right which humans have since their birth. Therefore, is the choice to live one’s life doing what one wants, live where one wants, eat by own choice and learn what one’s heart desire.        

 

Freedom is not something that can be seen, touched, felt or reached. All this gives a thorough idea about what freedom is.

Different people have different opinion, definition and thoughts about the idea of freedom. Some talk about freedom in political sense, some talk about social freedom, some about personal independence and some define it as religious freedom. But the fact that everyone wants to be free, holds true in all cases.

 

Every society define and understand the concept of freedom in their own manner and enjoy their freedom the way they see and feel is appropriate to them. Enjoying our freedom does not mean that we take the rights of others for granted and live the way we feel right. We have to consider the rights and the feelings of people around us when living our freedom.

Similarly, a free person does not have to fear when expressing his opinion ensuring that others respect and feelings are not hurt.  

For that being said, freedom should not be deprived from any individual. Deprivation of freedom is like a punishment to human being. Therefore, as every individual is allowed to enjoy his or her freedom, but we can fail to realize that freedom has a limits and going beyond the limits can hurt others and can also hurt the individual as well.

 

For example, one can drive freely once a license is obtained, but one cannot run traffic lights or stop signs and should not speed as these violations put others at risk. Also every individual in a country has the freedom to speak in favor or against a government or to be part of the government but many people might take the advantage of this freedom to hurt others through hate speech or violent protest.

In conclusion, it is true that freedom is considered as a birth right and every individual in a given society is entitled to enjoy his or her freedom at any point in time or in any circumstances. But by doing that we should always remember with too much freedom comes a responsibility and has limits which we shouldn’t be go beyond as discussed in those examples.

RECIPE

INGREDIENTS = 3 tomatoes (light blended), tomato paste, pepper, 2 onion &1 peel of garlic (cut in slice), curry powder, vegetable oil, seasoning power, salt, Yasmine rice.

INSTRUCTIONS = In a clean medium size pot, heat oil on medium to high heat. Once oil is heated, add the slice onion with garlic to the oil to fry until they turn golden brown but make sure to stair to avoid burning. Add blended tomato with pepper and the let cook for about 5 to 10 mins while stirring, add your tomato paste to it and let it site for another 25 to 30 mins by stirring  consistently so the tomato mixture doesn’t burn. After 30 mins, turn the heat down to medium – low and add your curry, seasoning and salt to the mixture. continue to boil for 10 mins. After, pour at least two cups of water or coconut water to the tomato mixture then wash 3 cups of Yasmine rice and add it to it. make sure that the rice is level with the tomato mixture. let it sit of another 30 mins on a medium heat. Check agin and see if it needs more water if not then your Ghana Jollof rice is ready.  This can be serve with chicken, fish or any other meat.