We can each repeal our own laws and reform our own  personal justice system (DON MIGUEL RUIZ)

We can each repeal our own laws and reform our own  personal justice system (DON MIGUEL RUIZ)

A strong desire for freedom usually begins in adolescence. All kids, at some time or another, begin to feel constrained and a little persecuted. Parents try to shape and protect their children, but kids reach a point when they resent them for it. They rebel, even if it means hurting themselves in the process. Society gets involved, but kids lose patience with its rules. Governments and religious institutions want to lead them in one direction or another. Breaking free of it all sounds appealing, but most people want freedom to be given to them. That won’t happen. The freedom that really counts is the freedom we grant ourselves.

Tyranny starts with us and with 

that little government in our heads. 

Who makes the rules? Who enforces 

them? Who can rewrite those rules? 

The president can—the aware executive we want to be. We can each repeal our own laws and reform our own

personal justice system. We can break 

out of jail free anytime. 

As you’ve probably figured out by 

now, me can become a better decision 

maker. Me can be a better administrator—or me can step aside and be-

come a friend. If the desire is there, me can be a diplomat and a peace- 

maker. Me can ultimately be the savior 

you’ve been looking for

 

 

 

The three questions 

DON MIGUEL RUIZ

 

 

 

 

 



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