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Unformatted text preview: anyone who tries to take it away from us. The three main factors of human freedom are choice, change, and control. Making a choice or a decision is the center to human experience. The belief that we can change can effect motivation and responsibility and the understanding that we can control our own destiny. The central themes and strategies for human limits are that physical constraints can modify the range of human choice. We all value our freedom of making a decision. It can be difficult, when we have too many choices. This can create an illusion of control. The central themes and strategies of initiative and human values is that our growth is more of a choice to exercise our freedom. The correct choice can cause the right change to help us in our lives. The core of our development is our values. The value of our lives requires the improvement of our talents, the need for autonomy and the basic need to belong....
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- Spring '11