We were all born curious and inquisitive. We emerged, as infants, equipped with a wondrous fascination with the environment around us. The extent of our freedom to explore determined the profundity of the knowledge acquired. When our freedom was obstructed and our interests molded this immediately blunted our innate curiosity with the unknown. The inner splendor of the individual mind cannot be micro-managed without causing significant harm. To be assessed, monitored, measured, and controlled is antithetical to the very quintessence of our being! Freedom is in our blood!