“It is one thing to praise discipline of Speech, and another to submit to it.” Comment.
“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.” Comment
Its like doing is far different and difficult then talking about. It is essential that discipline of
speech should not be practiced like a rule, imposed on oneself from the outside, but that it should
be practiced inherently and should become an expression of one’s own will.
Its easy to make rules and set the trait of being well behaved but very hard to adopt it. Talking
about discipline is of no use until it is adopted by one’s self. It’s the hardest part of the task.
Its easy to hash about any issue ,but Self-discipline, although difficult, and not always easy while
combating one’s own emotions.
It’s so easy to talk about the discipline but to be disciplined is so hard as its against one’s
character, general nature anyway, that they have to strain a little bit to keep on the right track.
It’s the most demanding part of living a lifetime as discipline is the strict way of forcing oneself
to work steadfastly along the nerve of one’s own intimate sensitivity.
To submit to discipline is hard as everybody narrate it as it is, what one expects from others and
not what one does like to do oneself.
“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.”
No doubt, Its true, we often see people spouting about ‘freedom of speech’ while they trot out
garbage they have heard elsewhere.
These people don’t understand that freedom of speech has responsibilities and should realize that
freedom to quote others should if honest, be attributed to the original thinker.
Freedom of thought is not enumerated within the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. Speech is
protected, not thought. Obviously a pointy head intellectual would make such a foolish statement
as it is obvious that, at present, anyone can think whatever they wish without repercussions.