First of all, does this (the following) make sense to anybody?
In aphorism: A child learns the concept of freedom in play. An example while lying on the floor, on his/her backside a child plays with a balloon. The object or exercise intended on this playfield is the ability to conceive space, to realize and teach the perception of both physical space (the actions of interacting with the balloon to keep it afloat) and mental space (the ability to conceive of where to move, how to move healthily (without bodily harm), and to guess where the balloon will go when interacted with.) This simple system set up in play will teach a child freedom, the ability to be where ever that balloon is and will be – the ability to see anywhere in the past and future by learning the concept of "freedom" in the present, this simple human capability is learned with practice – and ONLY IN PLAY – no law or rule could be set to help the child interact any more harmonically than he already will be able to. Freedom might be defined here as the ability to act. If the setting changes and the child is playing on a cliff face, well heaven forbid he would be there without supervision – there is no Godly force that would save him from falling.
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