Declaration of Independence author Thomas Jefferson wouldn't have got those who cry out for independence from their "heavenly father" or "mother nature". To Jefferson, the Creator gives people freedom. Submitting to "the laws of nature and nature's God" curbs our liberty a bit with some morality, but demanding absolute freedom entails making others the victims of our predatory appetites. Reducing their rights to enhance ours. No good man desires to be a master, because he wishes no other man to be a slave.
Jefferson would be equally astonished by Hollywood's independence declaration that a woman doesn't need her man's muscles to protect and provide, since she can use action hero powers to easily kick the asses of a dozen larger bad guys. Sure, life is just like the movies. Or imagine goofy Hollywood telling Jefferson that he need not depend on women's real life procreative powers to birth and nurse children, because he can order and install his own vagina from a delivery catalogue, whenever his lust for unfettered liberty demands it.
Stand up and think for yourself. Or even better, make your thoughts worth thinking by meditating on "the laws of nature and nature's God". Move out of your mother's basement or abusive partner's torture dungeon. Declare your independence from the herd and the government herders, then embrace your soul's Creator and a true soul mate partner.
Jesus said, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Submit and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls, because my rule is easy and my burden is light." Hallelujah! Now, satisfying my voracious young latina hottie isn't always easy, but it ain't exactly a burden either. So, I'm gonna declare my independance from this geeky computer and go get my hands on some real user-friendly technology. Happy independence and dependence in your life!