Please note, you can access all the explanatory and inspirational Freedom Essays at the end of this Freedom Essay. Wednesday’s explanatory essays and Friday’s inspirational essays are numbered in order of appearance, so one is odd and the other even numbered.



This is inspirational Freedom Essay 6


“This is the real liberation of women”


Leunig’s Men and Women cartoon

Men and Women, War and Peace, by Michael Leunig



This explanation brings about the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes, which is truly extraordinary.


In the following video, scientist Dr Anna Fitzgerald describes how Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition brings desperately needed reconciling understanding to the relationship between men and women an issue that has been a source of great trauma and suffering for humankind, and which forms the subject of F. Essay 31 and F. Essay 33.





The Transcript of this video


This video of Dr Fitzgerald discussing her experience with this
understanding also appears on the WTM homepage.



I came across these explanations 15 years ago whilst I was in the middle of finishing my PhD in biological sciences in New Zealand I’m now a Science Program Strategist, I coordinate large government-funded molecular science collaborations in Australia.


When I heard this explanation of our human behaviour all those years ago, its power to explain the world was just SO totally accountable, it captivated me so I moved to Australia to help promote these critically important understandings.


As a woman, this explanation was both very arresting and confronting, because it’s fearlessly honest about humans’ contradictory nature. It makes sense of what it means to be a woman our nurturing instincts and compassion, as well as our neuroses and vanity and emotionality it goes so far as to make sense of why we have developed our feminist streak, to counter the baffling and oppressive egocentricity of men. But what’s really astonishing is that we can now understand why this egocentricity in men was actually necessary.


Until we could explain the human condition we couldn’t acknowledge the differences between men and women because it only led to prejudices, so all we could ask for, or in fact even demand, was equality. But because Griffith’s work establishes the equal worth or goodness of all humans we can now understand the different roles that men and women have traditionally played in the human journey and this is actually the unlocking point, this is what brings about deep empathy for each other, it heals the divide. As a scientist, I find the evolutionary biology underpinning the explanation of these roles absolutely fascinating.


There’s a powerful quote about women’s plight in Griffith’s book FREEDOM from the South African writer Olive Schreiner [see par. 798 of FREEDOM] and this encapsulates every woman’s hope and that is to be born a woman in the future is not to be born branded, but to be valued, loved for their real self and that’s essentially what can happen now that the human condition has been explained. This explanation brings about the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes, which is truly extraordinary.


I really implore everyone, especially women to look into this because to be able to understand why men and women have behaved the way they have behaved was nothing short of life-changing for me.

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Watch Jeremy Griffith present the breakthrough redeeming explanation of the human condition in F. Essay 5, or read chapter 1 of FREEDOM. You can also read more on the fraught yet magnificent relationship between men and women under the duress of the human condition in chapter 8:11B of FREEDOM.


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Please Note, you can access any of the following explanatory and inspirational Freedom Essays by clicking on them. They are also available on our homepage at



Wednesday’s explanatory Freedom Essay 1 Why solving the human condition solves everything | 3 The false ‘savage instincts’ excuse | 5 The explanation of the human condition | 7 The transformation of the human race | 9 Our historic fear of the human condition | 11 Ending the stalled state of biology | 13 One hour introductory talk | 15 The difficulty of reading FREEDOM that Plato predicted | 17 How everyone’s lives can now be immediately transformed | 19 How did we humans acquire our altruistic moral conscience? | 21 Integrative Meaning or ‘God’ | 23 How did consciousness emerge in humans? | 25 The truthful biology of life | 27 This understanding ends the polarised world of politics | 29 Left-wing dogma leads to terminal alienation | 31 Men and women reconciled | 33 Human sex and relationships explained | 35 The end of racism | 37 Judgment Day explained | 39 Saving Western civilisation | 41 Resignation | 43 Noah’s Ark explained | 45 Christ explained | 47 Humour and swearing explained | 49 Sir Laurens van der Post’s vision | 51 Endgame for the human race | 53 Attacks on the WTM | 55 More on the transformation | 57 onwards are Transformation Affirmations


Friday’s inspirational Freedom Essay 2 Can conflict ever end? | 4 Anne Frank’s faith in human goodness fulfilled | 6 ‘This is the real liberation of women’ | 8 ‘How this liberated me from racism’ | 10 Commendations | 12 FREEDOM chapter synopses | 14 FREEDOM’s significance by Prof. Prosen | 16 The genius of Transform Your Life | 18 Jeremy on how to become transformed | 20 Survey seeking feedback | 22 WTM Centres opening everywhere | 24 Ceremonial masks explained | 26 Fossils evidence our nurtured origins | 28 William Blake’s Tiger Tiger | 30 R.D. Laing’s fearless honesty | 32 Cave paintings | 34 The meaning of superhero and disaster films | 36 Science’s scorn of religion | 38 Art’s agony and ecstasy | 40 Second survey | 42 Wordsworth’s majestic poem | 44 Jeremy’s children’s book, ‘A Perfect Life’ | 46 Jeremy’s biography | 48 Australia’s role | 50 Prophetic songs | 52 The ‘instinct vs intellect’ explanation is obvious | 54 The accusation of hubris | 56 keeping spare for future use


These essays were composed during 2017 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood,
Fiona Cullen-Ward & Brony FitzGerald at the Sydney WTM Centre.



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