In BadBoyVibes's version, the only true freedom would be death. But this is a half-understanding of freedom: to be "free from" some dominating constraint. The other half is to be "free for" a purpose, free to do what is meaningful, free to enter into life-enhancing relationship. Like Stasha and Andrew said, each in their own way, free from anxiety or from other people's negative judgment, *so that* you can do what is right. Or the Biblical example: free from slavery to Pharaoh, in order to enter into a covenantal relationship with G!d at Mount Sinai.
Oh boy true freedom is something we don't have for starters but true freedom is able to be you also do what you want when you want to be able to shoot a deer without buying deer tags saying what you want without going to jail to own a gun without getting checked carrying one with no worries freedom is like a bird hints our nations animal a freaking bird
A lot depends on exactly what you mean by "true" and "freedom" as both can be interpreted in different ways.
To me the most fundamental freedom is freedom of conscience. That is, freedom to follow your conscience so long as by doing so you do not prevent someone else from following theirs.
My true freedom would be freedom from outcome. Just doing things and not worrying about the outcomes and freedom from my emotions dominating me.
Freedom to me can only be achieved if you can get as far away from other people as possible,otherwise yours is theres too.
True freedom is being able to do as you feel is right with your life and not let people's judgement bother you.
When you can express your idea without a fear of being personally judged as criminal, weird, or the kind.
True freedom is when you do whatever you like without harming anyone .
its doing anything u want