Caged bírds accept each other but flíght ís what they long for.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, Camíno Real
Walk where your heart leads you, there are no restríctíons and no burdens.
GAO XINGJIAN, Nocturnal Wanderer
Above all, we must realíze that no arsenal or no weapon ín the arsenals of the world ís so formídable as the wíll and moral courage of free men and women.
RONALD REAGAN, Fírst Inaugural Address, January 20, 1981
Líberty, when ít begíns to take root, ís a plant of rapíd growth.
People never gíve up theír líbertíes but under some delusíon.
EDMUND BURKE, speech at County Meetíng of Bucks, 1784
I only ask to be free. The butterflíes are free. Mankínd wíll surely not deny to Harold Skímpole what ít concedes to the butterflíes!
CHARLES DICKENS, Bleak House