Freedom In The Odyssey

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In this chapter, after Saul had been king of Israel for a few years, he hoped that he would be as truly a king as he looked, but a strange and willful spirit that led him to turn away from the counsel of the Lord and follow his own way.
On the one hand, obviously, though he was the king of the country, he didn’t possess the true power to rule over his country on account of everything under control of God and of even himself dominated by Him; so he endeavored to escape from the disgusting situation to be himself, indicating the necessity of liberty, not only for our behaviors but also for our minds. In real life, a person, even a nation, dominated or oppressed for a long time, is awfully anxious for freedom.
On the other hand, as is known
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