When any veteran is asked about the definition of “religious freedom,” the graves at any national cemetery should come to mind. Here every member is given their own plot and a gravestone upon which they or their families can choose any one of sixty-two different approved religious symbols. You don’t get to choose your neighbor’s symbol. You don’t get to choose which symbol is next to yours. EVERYONE has their own space to proclaim who they are.
THIS is “religious freedom!”
For those with the wisdom to hear, please go and live your lives as this definition calls.