What is called by Polo as “the native freedom” derives from the ac-ceptance of the being offered and that is precisely known as such in the act of accepting it as a gift. This native freedom requires a destination to be unfolded. Freedom requires radicality as well as horizon. The ra-dical freedom only exists where its horizon is open to big question pu-ting the entire life at stake. The structure of the heroic myth illustra-tes the difficulties of the freedom. In the true free act we choice at the same time that we consent. The dialectic of this time free act is illumi-nated by the basic confidence of the native freedom and the taking into account of the beneficiary (destination).