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Life for Liberty

  • Date Submitted: 08/19/2013 06:39 AM
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Life for Liberty" these are just three words, but the meaning, if you read them closely, is incredibly big.There have been many people in history to sacrifice their lives for liberty. I believe that sacrificing ones life for liberty is a very heroic thing to do, and if one does this, they are helping the people of their generation, and future generations.
If a person sacrifices their life for the liberty of others, they are known as a hero for everyone. In my opinion, dying in this way is a death of achievement. Though the person who dies for the liberty of their people may not be there to experience the liberty, they will always be remembered for being the cause of it. Dying for a cause is an example of much dedication to that cause.
Many people in the society in which we live today would not be willing to die for an issue faced by many people. They will complain about bad issues, but will not be willing to put themselves in danger. This was also the same for the people in history
known for being willing to die for liberty, such as Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,, or Patrick Henry, who said “Give me Liberty or give me death.” The dedication and bravery of these people is what made our world what it is today.
There are billions of people in the world, and there always have been. But there are only a few people that we actually know of, our heros for risking their lives to save millions of people and help make the world a better place for future geerations. These people who have sacrificed their lives for liberty are the heros of our society and always will be. They deserve everyword of praise and dedication given to them.

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