“ I found out that responds is a little word that fits in responsibility. So when you take responsibility it is nothing more than giving the answer why you did what you did when somebody asked you why . ”
Father and Son, Homemade Freedom: Frans Bosch at TEDxRoermond.
The story is the quest for freedom. If a father wants to give his son a valuable gift the first step is that the gift must be clear. My son, like myself, has a huge need for freedom. I am looking for a way to fully experience the freedom that has been given to me, which must be possible since I live in the Netherlands, a country where freedom is so abundantly present. What is this freedom and how can it be felt? Is it possible to feel freedom individually, can you feel all by yourself? Are there any conditions attached to freedom? In my search to freedom I noticed that freedom is strongly linked to responsibility. And that brought me to a bump in the quest for freedom. Because why do so many people avoid responsibility? And why do people disregard responsibility so easily and massively that nobody notices it anymore?
Is it stil possible to pass on this gift of freedom? I think so. If freedom is really important, we must make a slight change for an optimal experience
Frans Bosch is a man strongly driven by what theater can offer ‘normal’ life. In addition to his experience as an actor and writer of murder stories, he introduced theatrical techniques in approaching young people with behavioral disorders and the prevention of criminal behavior. He has over 20 years experience in fighting juvenile crime in close cooperation with justice, police, education and governments.
Frans Bosch is een man die sterk gedreven wordt door alles wat het theaterspel in het ‘normale’ leven kan bieden. Naast zijn ervaringen als acteur en schrijver van o.a. moordverhalen, heeft hij theater technieken ingevoerd bij de benadering van gedragsgestoorde jongeren en in de preventie van crimineel gedrag. Hij heeft ruim 20 jaar ervaring in de bestrijding van de jeugdcriminaliteit in nauwe samenwerking met justitie, politie, onderwijs en gemeentelijke overheden.”