Achievable Freedom?

The Jamaican in China experience is a metaphor for escape–escape from the arbitrary lines and borders that separate us as human beings. It is about freedom.

In the quest for freedom, we find there are barriers, borders and brainwashing that often stand in the way of our success..

Some of these challenges are within our personal power to overcome simply by choosing to adopt a new belief system and by exercising the courage and discipline to take the actions necessary and to stick to them.

Others of these challenges represent entrenched paradigms and customs that society as a whole will need to address, but are restrictions on freedom nonetheless. In essence, I believe that as individuals, we need to exercise:

• 1. The freedom to live a life of purpose.

• 2. The freedom to profit and prosper.

• 3. The freedom to love honestly.

• 4. The freedom to escape.

• 5. The freedom to age less.

However, you cannot achieve total freedom unless you recognize where you are not free in certain areas of your life. So, let me explain a bit further…..(To read the full “Achievable Freedom” manifesto, click here. See also Why I Travel Abroad”)

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