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More than a holiday, Independence day.

“Freedom is essential to the pursuit of happiness.
Freedom is essential to artistic evolution and expression.
Freedom is essential to the expansion of the human mind.
Freedom is essential to the development and application of basic humanitarianism.
Freedom is essential to the creation of an individual's will, motivations, preferences, and unique talents.
In essence, freedom is essential to the success and progress of humanity.”
― Richelle E. Goodrich

Today is 15 August. India got its independence in 1947.

Today we take freedom for granted.

It's easier to forget who has sacrificed their lives for the country. In the hope that it will get independence one day. It's hard to forget current trendy people.

It's easier to forget those who have committed to Fast-until-Death. It's hard to forget today's movie trivial.

I couldn't understand the importance of school. I was only happy about the extra holiday. You have to study history for that. It's better to study history than to read forecasts. Studying history teaches us how the smallest decision today could be remembered for years. Either be praised or

During countless revolutions, there was no way to know whether we will be succeeded or not. Just hope.

Hope that,

One day future generations won't have to live like how they lived.

One day future generation takes the flag and run with it towards further development of themselves and the country.

One day, all citizens will have equal opportunities, irrespective of place of birth, and their cast.

That's the importance of Independence day.

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.”
― Mahatma Gandhi


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