At Visionary to us, independence means freedom for people to express themselves and to use that freedom to improve, learn, and experience everyday living. There are many ways in which we can interpret Freedom, usually we refer it to a state of independence where you can do what you like without any restriction by anyone. Different people have different opinion, definition and thoughts about the idea of freedom. Some talk about freedom in political sense, some talk about social freedom, some about personal independence and some define it as religious freedom. But the fact that everyone wants to be free, holds true in all cases. Moreover, freedom can be called a state of mind where you have the right and freedom of doing what you can think off. Also, you can feel freedom from within.
Yes, independence brings with itself terrifying responsibility. Independence means making our own choices and taking the responsibility consequences of those choices. The United States celebrates its Independence Day on July 4 annually. On this day the America finally declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. The fight for independence began in 1775, when people demanded New Britain from Britain. In the year 1776, the United States became a completely independent nation on July 2, 1776, the US Congress secretly voted for independence and became independent from the United States Great Britain on July 4, 1776. The final terminology of the declaration of independence was approved on this day, and the official document was published. The first announcement was made by the people of the United States on July 8, 1776. On 2 August 1776, representatives signed the declaration of independence and in the year 1870, it became an unpaid holiday in the United States, but in 1941, it became a paid holiday.
Currently, Independence Day is a day to celebrate with the family. This day sees the national parade in the television with the whole family so that we can see the strength of our family. This is the day when we must remember those people who gave their life and everything to the nation to get freedom. We all know that freedom does not come in free, for this, we have to pay a lot more than thinking, even it requires sacrifice beyond imagination.
On this day, people of America do a lot of activities on that day, of which some of the activities associated with day-to-day watertight or hotdog dinner competitions are quite fun, but it is really interesting, many sporting events, such as baseball games, Three-legged races, swimming activities and tug-of-war games and many others. The most famous thing of the day is the flag of the United States. On this day people use their flag to display their flag outside of their home and many American people, especially with their flag, to paint their face with the flag and they show it along with others to the street of America Let’s go on. On this day we can see a lot of fireworks throughout the United States, even some communities in the United States have arranged for special arrangements for fire work. On this day, American patriotic songs are always in demand and many employers take a weekend vacation so that they can enjoy their week with their family instead of vacation. Independence Day is a day of patriotism and remember those who gave us this freedom and we should know the true meaning of freedom.
At Visionary we believe that, Independence is the choice to live one’s life doing what one wants, live where one wants, eat by own choice and learn what one’s heart desires. This means that Independence can apply to different aspects of life and Independence is not an absolute term.