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It also happens to be my first introduction to literature written by Dr. Freedom is something that every individual wants, but we are only truly free under God, according to Dr. The Burden of Freedom talks a lot about oppression and how it affects an individual and a nation.
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Munroe draws upon his personal experiences and his home country The Bahamas. Munroe talks about shaking off your shackles of oppression and the journey to freedom. He illustrates the different cycles of oppression we can trap ourselves in and the mindsets that get us stuck in the 'wilderness. The Burden of Freedom is a wonderful book. I read this in a great time in my life when I needed to hear some of these things.
I would reread this book in the future to remind myself of some of these helpful things laid out in the book.
I think The Burden of Freedom is helpful for those who grew up in the Caribbean. You can see how we are still oppressing ourselves even though we as a nation are independent. Amazing Even from the grave Mr. Munroe gives relevant and practical instruction for living ones faith in the 21st Century. He unashamedly takes the gloves off and punches religious, political, community and personal mediocrity in the face and demands no nonsense proactive responsibility on the part of the reader.
If you do not want to accept the responsibility of living your destiny and being an agent for change, do not read this book. Aug 16, Lizzy Nkhowani rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.follow url
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I love the author and the view of the other side of freedom. Sep 02, Daniel Ogweno rated it liked it. After having listened to Munroe speak, I expected a lot from this book. There were however, some generalisations that didn't quite pass. With resources available for Munroe, he would have bought editing services to iron out open errors including biblical quotations and mixing of personalities. At one point, I almost thought that it wasn't Munroe writing.
Again, the book was more on 'stewardship' more than it was about "The Burden of Freedom".
But, like many other books, there didn't lack somethi After having listened to Munroe speak, I expected a lot from this book. But, like many other books, there didn't lack something to take home. The books needs an active consumer not a passive one.
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About Myles Munroe. Myles Munroe. Books by Myles Munroe. Trivia About Burden Of Freedom So much so that it can be stressful. Psychologists and marketers call it overchoice when too many options become paralyzing rather than empowering. A simple example of this is when it comes to food: It can take someone their whole lunch hour to narrow their meal decision down to just three options from the overwhelmingly exhaustive and diverse Cheesecake Factory menu! In America, we arguably have not only unlimited choices of food, but unlimited choices as to how we spend our time and with whom.
Consider: some Americans make a diet of fast food, others, salads; some spend their time contributing to society, others draining; some suffer in isolation and others find community.
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It may be easier in other countries to eat healthier, farm-fresh meals; to be directed to a place in society; to be inserted into a supportive community. These advantages may happen with little effort or even knowledge of those in other countries because it is built into the culture and society of those other countries.
But, does that necessarily mean that built-in is better? Maybe not. It may be simpler to life life by default rather than choosing a path from a plethora of options. But, I would rather have the freedom to make my own path, even if it comes with the burden of choice. What is built into American culture is independence. We fiercely fight for the ability to do whatever we choose; and sometimes we struggle with the responsibility that comes with that privilege.