You are a malfunction.
Duty and liberty are always at odds, they are conceptually at odds - duty is innate obligation, liberty is freedom from 'unjust' obligation.
You were raised in such a way as to espouse an unhealthy predisposition toward liberty over duty, and thus, when authority would attempt to motivate you to uphold your duty, you would reject it.
You are a malfunction.
In truth, your personality is the product of your physiology, your physiology dictates your psychology, and your psychology dictates your behavior. And your physiology is the product of your genetics.
That's retarded pseudoscience.
One of my ancestors was a Mennonite Bishop from Switzerland.
Apparently, he pissed off the Vatican so much, they first imprisoned him in the castle at Thun in 1659, then sent an expedition out to capture him, so he fled in 1671.
To Greisheim, Germany. With his wife, and seven children.
He came to be known as "The Exile".
He met William Penn in the year 1677 and heard of the plans for Pennsylvania.
In Germany, the nobles found his rhetoric appealing, to such a degree that when the Vatican's forces arrived and said "Give him to us", they responded with "Come and take him, if you can".
He lived for years in a well-appointed dungeon, with his family.
Eventually, the German nobility could hold out no longer. They helped his son escape to the US.
There, they settled in what would become Pennsylvania, were granted lands by William Penn himself.
His son, who shared his name, came to be known as "The Pioneer".
In 1717, my ancestor was given about 500 acres by the Penns. He was a farmer, a weaver, and a preacher.
In 1718, he expanded his territory into the wilderness, acquiring another 200 acres of land, and eventually purchased another 700 acres from a French Indian trader.
The New Danville Mennonite Church was built upon some of this land.
Therein, my ancestors lived peacefully with the red-skins, and it was said:
This remained so, until the Paxtang Boys brutally murdered the redskins in the year 1763.
Pics related: The lands my ancestors came from, the lands they came to, and what they built there.
I find myself very disheartened by the modern form of christendom, and I have little doubt that my commentary would arouse the ire of the christian church sufficiently to seek my life if they were able to achieve such covertly.