I have previously asked and answered the question “What can I do?”. Aside from that, whatother opportunities exist?
There are a lot of people out there bringing us the news ofeach new violation of our rights. While this isn’t generally my preferred area to hang around in forfun, Iamgrateful to the people who dare to wade into such muck for you and me, so that we will know where each new attack may be coming from. It is always good to know where the sniper is hiding.
There are also those who bring us a mix of thisbad news and bright spots of hope. They let us know of others who are putting up a good fight, giving inspiring examples, letting us know where help may be needed. There is strength in numbers, and there is also a need to know you are not fighting alone.
There is also a multitude of people just complaining about government abuses, and getting really mad, without seeming to have any answers. This also has its place, though I try very hard to stay out of this pattern since it is so easy to fall in to.
The biggest thing you can do for freedom is theone“thing” that is available toeach and every one of you all the time. It is not putting forth the effort to run a pro-freedom website, or to write a book, or run for office, or vote. No, thebiggestthing you can do toadvance freedom in theworldis to simply live free each and every day, while respecting the same in others. Youcando that, can’t you? Iknowyou can!