Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature-Michael Faraday
The quest for Freedom has been the greatest virtues of mankind since time immemorial. In the stone age, he strived to achieved freedom from ignorance. In his quest for freedom, he learnt to make fire. He also learnt to make clothing and shelter to maintain freedom.
Fast forward to today, we have knowingly or unknowingly accumulated heaps of vices in ours lives, such as discrimination on the basis of caste, colour, creed, cuisine, clothing and wealth status. In his quest for freedom, he fought for political, social and financial freedom. Great freedom fighters were born and they made their life mission to fight and pursue freedom for the people, by the people and of the people.
Remember, Nelson Mandela? He fought for the black men for their freedom against the apartheid in South Africa and emerged as the first Black President. Remember, Gandhi? He fought against the British Empire for the freedom and independence of all Indians in his own country and emerged to be known as Mahatma (means Great Saint) and as the Father of the Nation.
A state is better governed which has few laws, and those laws strictly observed.– Rene Descartes
Freedom is a good thing and no good thing ever dies. To ensure Freedom is not jeopardised, we have made laws for everyone. We may tend to follow too many laws that may be unnecessary. We might then start to loosely observe them. However unfortunately, we end up losing freedom.
All thanks to my mentors from whom I learnt a lot, I have been able to narrow down to only a selected few 7 laws of universe that I believe are truly truly important. These 7 laws governs our lives.
Let’s understand one by one now.
- Law of Free-Will:
- Law of Repetition:
- Law of Energy:
- Law of Expansion:
- Law of Deliberacy:
- Law of Opposites:
- Law of Manifestation: