There is in liberty as in innocence
Rousseau, French thinker, once declared that “There is in liberty as in innocence and virtue a satisfaction one can only feel in their enjoyment and a pleasure which can cease only when lost”. Indeed, of all the wonderful gifts that we've been given, freedom, as a golden key to the happiness, is the greatest. Endowed with freedom, the peasant harvests all what he has cultivated without bearing the squeeze. Endowed with freedom, the Negro possesses Independent of the will they always pant after. Endowed with freedom, the females gain unrestrained lives to the extent exactly as males’. Speaking of individuals, firstly, freedom offers everyone the right to preserve an independence space where their insistence on what they consider as accord with values can be certainly protected, even though the influences of infliction are from the government. In the process, the individuals realize their own values by means of intensifying their self-protection awareness within the limited space as much as possible. Consequently, the catalyst which stimulates society to step forward is produced at every time when they contact with each other. It is quite similar when freedom exerts influences on bilateral relationships.