By Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek
I woke up my son Jan (9) for school, as I do every morning. He was very unhappy and started to complain loudly.
I asked him not to shout, to which he replied: “I live in a free country and I’m a free man, I can do what I want!”
My son used the word “freedom” in a way that we often use. When I say “I am free” I can mean “I have no limits, I can do whatever I want to”. “I am free! If I want, I will shout and make others feel uncomfortable. ...