Sovereign is the one that depends only and exclusively on him/herself – self-sufficient, the one who is his/her own master and satisfies all his/jer needs. If so, then sovereignty is a psychological category of a mature man who has passed everything and all through life and at one point earned, acquired, learned, find out to know own sovereignty. Children can’t be sovereign, right?

There’s no logic if someone gives you sovereignty, or if your sovereignty comes from something you are not, then you are not sovereign because it depends on whoever gave you. Sovereignty can’t be acknowledged nor can the sovereignty be demanded. The sovereign doesn’t wonder if someone admits or does not admit his/her sovereignty.Sovereignty as a state of free decoupling and independence can’t be donated. Because if donated it depends on who donated it. In addition, sovereignty as a state of consciousness, even if want, can’t be donated. Sovereignty is, in the psychological but in every other sense, the natural state of consciousness of man as a living soul / spirit.

 

MAN IS THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN BE SOVEREIGN, THAT ONE WHO IS ABLE TO FULFILLED OF OWN NEEDS.

 

Sovereignty is a state of pure existence irrespective of anyone, whatever, or of any idea of ​​existence. Therefore, sovereignty and freedom are the same. The only true sovereign is the Creator (god). He/She is the only One. Also all that is created by him/her and carries life in own veins is in a local sense sovereignly – freely.

Then the sovereign is anyone who has no need or in the local sense the one who can satisfy all his/her needs. Therefore, sovereignty can’t be surrendered, sent, learned, found, acquired, inherited, guaranteed, ensured. In the legal sense, sovereignty is the exclusive right to exercise supreme political (eg legislative, judicial and executive) authority over a particular geographic territory, a group of people, or by itself. The notion of sovereignty was the first time in the history of legal and political thought pointed out by Jean Bodin in the 16th century. Bodin declared sovereignty as the absolute and stable state authority. In fact, sovereign authority is the only authority that doesn’t depend on the other authority, and within the state it is higher than any other authority. By it, sovereign authority is the highest, indivisible, non-transferable, and inalienable. This definition of sovereignty is still in use today. Sovereign is not, in the legal sense, sovereign in the true sense, because no one can make laws other than the creator.