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My Own Choice – Free Will



You are my father and I, your son.

If you send me somewhere, I will go without a second thought nor doubt your judgment. If you demand, or ask something from me, then I shall give it to you. Considering that the thing in question is under my possession at the required time.

However, choosing and making final decisions for me means that I have become a slave and not a son. Thus, you have taken away that free-will which belongs to every individual. Or, that blessing which the Creator blessed me with; from the very beginning of the creation.

I can give up all the worldly possessions that are under my control, but never when it comes to taking away my free-will. Therefore, I wish to remain as a son to you and not a slave.

I will not trust nor allow my soul to be taken for granted, and humiliated to such a level of not making up my own choice. No man should become a master over another. Simply, because every slave must have a master, but a son needs only a father in life. Nothing more and nothing less!
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Mwanandeke Kindembo

Mwanandeke Kindembo is a Congolese author of self-help books. His first book is known as What They Asked Me: The Fear of Living and Dying Young. The second book Treatise Upon The Misconceptions of Narcissism was published in July 2020. His third book is called The Hidden Secret of Quotes. It was published in November 2020, four months after the publication of the treatise on misconceptions of narcissism. Fourth book, Resistance To Intolerance, released in February 2021, the fifth book Sinless was publish in April 2021 and his latest book is called Destiny of Liberty, published in February 2022. Most of his works can be found on the internet by searching his name Mwanandeke Kindembo, on the search engines. Eg. Google Search. Or, by visiting his official site at: https://www.mwanakin.com/ more…

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