Our Constitution and our Bill of Rights are the best embodiment of a philosophy personal liberty, freedom, and government restraint that can be found in any nation's founding documents!
However, they do not grant us any rights. We had our rights before there ever was a government, or a Constitution. The Constitution grants certain powers to the government. If some duty, action, or power is not listed on there, then it is forbidden to the government. The Bill of Rights specifically lists a few of our inalienable rights that the government can not touch. It is, however, completely redundant, as the government is not given the power to do so in the first place!
I believe that one of my inherent rights as a human being is to breathe. I don't care what any legislature, president, judge, law, or majority of people say, this is still my right. This unalienable right is not listed in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights, but is still my right. Nobody can restrict this right, infringe upon it, make me take a breathing class, get a breathing license, register my lungs in some national database, limit the size of my lungs, or determine the type of air I inhale.
I made this determination, all by myself, and I doubt anyone would disagree with it.
I have made the same determination for my right to keep and bear arms.