Through mud, under bullets, found freedom.

3/17/2010
—Conrad Panganiban

There are 3 comments in this article:

  1. 5/17/2010Jason says:

    I love this one
    it is really great

  2. 1/4/2011D says:

    This is amazing really inspirational, great job!

  3. 7/8/2021Klais Last says:

    In harsh conflicts, liberty has always been beaten. It’s a good analogy to real life as well, which is continually oppressed for freedom of expression and religion. That’s why I was close to the concept that is here painted for the name calling scenario. You may find it here, too. I have recently read some writings about freedom of speech https://studydriver.com/freedom-of-speech-essay/ . In my opinion, it would help to make the phrase and what it means for many and how it meant to our predecessors more holistic and philosophical.

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