We asked our community a simple question: What does freedom mean to you? We got answers via email, by post, on Facebook and Twitter. Here are some of the best answers. Please add yours to the comments, we’ll be updating as more responses come in.
Ross Steinborn remembers the words of Frederick Douglas, and reminds us to look to both the past and the future for our vision of freedom.
Freedom is–has to be–more than just a word or slogan. And it’s not what people say it is.
This Fourth of July weekend, take advantage of the rich diversity and art of American craft beers.
There are two kinds of freedoms: Freedom “to” and freedom “from” … What’s your freedom narrative?
John Paschal applies the calculus of felicity to a July 4th weekend conundrum: accept a beach party invitation or report to work delivering pizzas?
When it’s a matter of life, death and wheelchair accessible vans.
Janet Steen explores the history and appeal of man-spaces.
Andrew Bruskin talks with his uncle about his journey from teacher to attorney to U.S. Justice Chief in order to find answers to the question: How do people become successful?
America’s strength is its ability to reinvent itself.
Freedom to be ourselves, to thrive, and to change the world. An introduction to the Freedom series on The Good Life.
If I’m part of the mechanism that lights a spark for just one person to effect change, it’s worth it.
Men need to be free to be happy.