From “The Giver” we can deduce the benefit and the importance of the freedom of choice. This can be reflected on how people should be free to choose the job they prefer, in the book the elders preformed a ceremony were everyone is assigned a different job depending on their qualities without taking into account their likes. As well, people should have the right to choose about their sexuality, on the novel boys needed to take pills that controlled their "stirrings". In addition, what people own is also one of the things they should decide about, in "The Giver" everyone was alike, they wear the same clothes, own the same house, ride the same bike etc... Concluding, from the lack of freedom presented in the novel we can realize the value of making own decisions.
In "The Giver" we can see how fundamental feelings are. This can be evidence on how people should marry someone they love, on the book people do not decide who they marry or receive as children. We can also refer to how in the novel people are able to release (kill) someone without felling guilt or loss, this suggests that people do not control their own emotions. Besides, physical feelings are also very