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The Solar System!! (S.A.S.) Freedom and dependence

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Yeah I know that the term is usually freedom and independence but when you look at the examples of so many people as evidence it's easy to get the impression that people would rather use their freedom in order to find something to cling onto.

Think about how so many people have stayed at a dead end job but left because of the pressure to find something better. Would they ever have otherwise? If so, how long would it have taken?

What about people that have stayed in an abusive relationship for long periods of time while everyone told them that they needed to go. Many of them return after several unsuccessful attempts at moving on.

Would we want the things that we want if there was no pressure from family and friends to upgrade? Could it be that we would just like the freedom to remain a little bit needy?

Dependence and need have some of the same qualities but are they really the same? For example, a drug addict depends on drugs to get high but does he/she need them? I suppose that many of them think they do.

Dependence defines what we have come to expect based on knowledge that something will be there and perform as well as experience has shown us many times before.

So what do you depend on and how long does it take for that dependence to perform as a need?

Do you feel free to depend?