Freedom is a relativity theory — a journey, not a destination. Not an absolutism so often referred to as the utopia beholden to a few. Freedom is a relativity in sync with all of nature’s relativity, an interpretation, desire, and a proxy of freedom to each his own.
Freedom can only exist when paired with paradoxical rules of collective freedom designed to prevent the vile-maxim of individual freedom from taking preference over the interests of our collective freedom. Hence, freedom cannot exist without rules — a further deflation of its absolutism.