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A lord is someone who has ownership of life and actions, ownership of project choices and remuneration without obligations to third parties. Although in our everyday life the words lord and lady have social characteristics and are a courtesy of nobleness, the original meaning of the New Testament times concerned the man who had not been deprived of his freedom, who was not a slave.
And Christ explained; If you do things that you do not want to, if you live a life that is not what you want, if you are plagued by external factors without strength for defense, if you succumb to the wills and aspirations of others without your will, then you obviously not a lord, but you are a slave , you have lost your own property, you have become unable to resist, and your life is not the life of the master but the life of the slave.
The only solution? Find out the point where you lost control and return to the lord who offers freedom as the first payment and not to the lord who offers easy solutions but also heavy work as a reward for the services to him.