Dictionary definition of the word Freedom.

Freedom Is Contest Challenge

WIN $100!

by Rev. Sheri, founder of Angel Messenger

Contest Date:
Monday, July 4th, 2016 –  Sunday, July 10th, 2016 at Midnight EST

What is Freedom?

There’s been so much negativity in the news lately, and it really seems that people have forgotten what it means to live in a “free” country.

Now, please understand my intention here is not to get into a debate. However, I want to encourage people to really think about what freedom means to them.

What is freedom to you?

Is freedom being able to choose your own career?

Is freedom being able to love who you choose?

Is freedom being able to receive quality medical care when you’re ill?

Is freedom being safe?

Is freedom just simply being allowed to be you?

Today, the Fourth of July, is a celebration in the United States when we celebrate our “freedom” from “oppression”.  I would argue that we have no trouble oppressing ourselves, but let’s focus on the positive here. 😉

How to Enter (and Win $100):

Share your thoughts on what freedom truly means to you, and you might win a $100 Amazon eGift card. The winner will be chosen randomly on Monday, July 11th. Anyone over 18 can enter. You do not need to be a US Citizen. All humanity should have freedom, and so all of humanity can participate.

Simply leave a comment, picture, etc. of what freedom means to you either here on this post or on Facebook (look for this pinned post at the top of our page).

You may leave multiple entries, comments, photos, etc. You are also encouraged to comment on what others have shared. However, please keep it positive … and legal. 😉

Have fun and enjoy the celebration of freedom – no matter where you live.

We are ONE! <3

Angel Blessings,

Rev. Sheri

Here’s the Facebook post from our page:


Andrea S. is our winner. Andrea, please look for an email from our customer support so that we can get you your $100 Amazon eGift card. Thank you to all those who participated. Being a voice of freedom is part of what we do as light workers, and I’m so grateful to be in a position that can help inspire others to think about what Freedom truly means. There were so many amazing comments! It is my hope that you all will continue to be a voice for what is right and help to create a more enlightened, free world.

Though Andrea was chosen as a random winner, I would like to share with you her words. Here is Andrea’s comment …

“When I think of freedom, I think of free will. We all have the ability to make our own choices, but what most of us don’t realize is that this freedom to make our own choices is a lesson to be learned. Freedom challenges us to not follow blindly (e.g. no one is born into a religion). No one should make a choice or follow a path because of an external reason. We should challenge ourselves to research and investigate our own truths. The main lesson to be learned is finding out if we are strong enough to follow our higher (spiritual) nature instead of our lower (ego) nature. When we have the freedom to make our own choices, what path are we taking? The one that brings humanity forward towards peace and unity, or one that is self-centered and inspiring hate? We are all challenged with this freedom. This is a lesson for all of us to learn. But if we work together, get to know other cultures, get out of our comfort zones, we can really surprise ourselves with the positive difference we can make in the world.”

Love and Blessings to All,

Rev. Sheri

2 replies
  1. Scott
    Scott says:

    Freedom is the opportunity to believe or do what you want as long as it doesn’t infringe on someone else’s freedom.


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