I would say that, innately, freedom is a quality of the natural state of all things.
Now to impose freedom is another idea altogether. As an obvious example goes, if everyone has total freedom then potentially different people want mutually exclusive things and their respective freedoms 'cancel each other out'.
Of course, in such a case, they are both still perfectly free to try, and I would submit that this is where the distinction between wisdom and ignorance enters play. Ultimately there are limits, and wisdom is having impeccable understanding/vision of these limits. It is by virtue of limits that, fundamentally, anything may even exist in the first place - the character of one's person is this way not that way, it possesses definition, uniqueness.
The absence of definition is no magical "infinity" or "oneness" but rather can be nothing other than a homogeneous blob of undifferentiated oneness. Similarly, to, as the saying goes, know the meaning of life, this does not mean that you will necessarily live well, for it does not rob you of your free will. It seems that what is conventionally referred to as "freedom" has to do not with trying--for to affirm that the capacity to try is to be sought is to affirm that it is not innate but actually lacking in the first place--but rather it has to do with trying to learn how to try better. What is sought is not the capacity for choice, where by definition any decision is permissible (insofar as choice is distinct from predetermination), but rather what is sought is the capacity to consistently choose in a healthy manner, which includes acting with cohesion, without one's various desires being mutually contradictory tugging one in different directions, as well as in fact being actually correct in how one perceives the situation, being correct in one's foresight of the resulting consequences of one's action. And what constitutes "a healthy manner" is also an important part of the equation!
Omnipotent choice was never on the table, no matter how people in haste perceive the constitution, as to wit the government imposes many laws indeed. Of course even here one is still free to try illegal things, but with the promise of punishment, in the name of deterrence.