On Freedom ... It requires greater courage to preserve inner freedom, to move on in one's inward journey into new realms, than to stand defiantly for outer freedom. Rollo May * An excerpt from 'Man's Search for Himself.' Man desires to be free, not in order to be spared tribulation - this is more liable to increase in proportion to the degree of self-determination attained - but in order to grow. Count Hermann Keyserling * An excerpt from 'The Book of Marriage.' We crave freedom, but freedom is never an end in itself; it is a means to be used for further aims. Its value lies in the extent to which it can assist the development of life. To possess freedom with no life for which to use it is but the bitterest farce.... Life never means complete freedom, and every action and relation is an added bond. Life is to be attained, not through a non-moral freedom of caprice, but through a glad welcoming and loyal fulfillment of every bond and obligation which comes in the daily path of life. Edward Howard Griggs (1850-1895) * An excerpt from 'A Book of Meditations.'