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What is the viewpoint of Mandela about freedom?
Last Updated: 25th February, 2020
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Just so, what does Mandela mean when he says freedom is invisible?
Answer: FREEDOM IS INDIVISIBLE MEANS THAT IF ANY ONE PERSON OF HIS OWN IS HAVING A CHAIN THAT MEAN EVERY ONE OF HIS HAVING THE SAME AND IF ALL OF HIS PEOPLE ARE HAVING SOME CHAIN THAT MEAN HE IS HAVING CHAINS TOO. Explanation: LONG WALK TO FREDOM A GREAT SLOGAN BY NELSON MANDELA.
Furthermore, what is the theme of Long Walk to Freedom? the theme of the lesson “Long Walk to Freedom,"is that how Nelson Mandela sacrifices in his life to remove the social inequality from the country. He says that he wants a nation where he is free to do as he thoughts. The central theme is “social inequqlity"along with courage and sacrifices to remove it.
Similarly, you may ask, how did Mandela understanding of freedom change with age and experience?
Answer : Mandela's understanding of freedom changed with age and experience. He was carefree and felt free during his childhood as he could do all he wanted without having to worry about the outside world. Later in his life, his definition of freedom changed as he desired other things.
Why did Mandela fight for freedom?
Mandela was an anti-Apartheid activist, which means that fought for those who were disadvantaged by the system of racial segregation. Mandela became a civil rights leader, leading many against the Apartheid government. In 1994, Mandela was of key importance in negotiating the freedom and equality of all South Africans.