What this seemingly dangerous statement carries is an immense amount of hope. Because we want to live from our lives from our true character, one that is reminiscent of the power of light in the darkness. We crave for this freedom as the very basic of our instinct. Although it might not always be projected on to the world as such. It often comes out in a rebellious sense that threatens to take a shape of battle of opposing egos that just seeks to be vindicated at both individual and societal levels. The voice of rebellion is the voice of our true sanity, but its hardly conceived to be so by the society. And as opposites collide, not to collude but to elude one of reality, the bigger picture becomes obliterated. Moderation is the key, as we have been reminded time and again by the more eminent voices in the society- the voices of Peace and Co- Existence.
If you want to test it - try thinking of one person, thing or phenomenon that is absolutely bad. Now try to defend its evil quality knowing that it is bound to change as all things must, and truth shall come to you. "Absolute" is a myth. We live in a world so interconnected that all the properties of all the persons, thing sand phenomenon are relative. And that we create distinctions only to facilitate understanding. These distinctions after facilitating primary level recognition become a hindrance in ascertaining the true nature of the subject. Being free from distinctions or 'pre-assigned characters' obviously is the universal tenet of freedom. Does everything in nature seeks freedom?
No, it seems to be that they seek a connection. One can discover herself by being free but that discovery too shall lead to a vital realization that 'United We Stand, Divided We Fall'. This discovery is quite a humbling experience, one after which freedom becomes meaningless and hope transcends to reach out to people to vouch for greater Sanity, which shall be collective in nature, rather than our true individual sanity. I observe that most of the happy people of this world are not truly free, but connected. They sacrifice freedom for a more essential quality - Unity. One who hopes for unity os rightly the learned and those who want for us to change as a collectivity are indeed wise.