In 2005, a high school student named Alex Robson began collecting index cards with people's responses to the question "What does freedom mean to you?"
I am a great believer in freedom, as long as we don’t go over the brink into the category of lack of discipline, which we are doing.
The service of every past and present American solider has helped guarantee the freedom we enjoy today.
For me, freedom is the ability and blessing to choose my path in the direction I discern God’s calling to me, while maintaining my love for (and responsibility to) my neighbor.
Freedom provides us all the chance to make our own choices for our own lives.
Freedom is enjoying the right to live your life as you please without violating the rights of others.
Freedom…is many things worth fighting for and dying for but for me, true freedom would be lying in a hammock on a Saturday afternoon with absolutely nothing to worry about.
Freedom is being allowed to follow your dreams - and the ice cream truck!
[Freedom is] what we talk about when we don’t want to talk about justice
Freedom obliges me to secure freedom for others!
Freedom, to me, means that I can make fun of powerful people, and they can’t chop my head off. So far, anyway.
Freedom returns your destiny to you!
Bud Day - Medal of Honor Vietnam
What freedom means to me. I was a P.O.W. of the N. Vietnamese Aug 1967-March 1973.
Freedom is opening your door from the inside of the room.
It is also that time when someone is not trying to kill you!
Freedom is how we respect the dignity of every human soul.
Freedom to me is evident in my right to speak my mind and be respected for doing so.
Freedom means I have the opportunity to live as I like and worship God freely.