THE CRY FOR HELP
Today I'm blogging on the reflection of Dan and my journey this past couple of months.
We the People of the United States in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, ensure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
This week, I have seen a lot of hate in social media and on the news. I also have experienced this personally within the family. I have not cried so hard, for ten years ago when I was diagnosed with cancer. Just coming back to the United States after seven years, I never thought I could ever see so much hate that one would have for one person or others that follow one for their beliefs. We the People of the United States, our past family members; grandparents, mothers, fathers, siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles all stood for freedom. History shows us, some of them gave their lives for We the People for freedom. Remember this in days to come.
About thirteen years ago, I remember taking our daughter to Washington D.C., we visited the White House and was honored to be in the place of the original documents of such papers.
Later we went to Philadelphia where the Liberty Bell was and the building where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Our ancestors back then created this freedom for us.
Just yesterday we were going to a doctor’s visit, ran across a Trump store. Dan was curious, so we went in. I was overwhelmed with pride that I was an American, Dan headed to a table where he saw the Constitution of The United States. The front quote was; its only keepers, the people. – George Washington.
Today, like every Sunday we watched Joel Olsten. After all the music, there was this minister that spoke about planting a seed. He explained that like life a seed can not grow without being planted in soil. He then showed how the seed grows with the roots. We can see the plant growing, but underneath are its roots. This is our lives; our ancestors are the roots which created the life we are living. Are we going to destroy it? Or are we going to make them proud of us?
Let’s make America Great Again for the memories of our grandparents, mothers, fathers, siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles and not destroy all with the hate. We need to take a look around us and take the first step! Let’s bring back morals and respect.
So today, at 6:30 your time – lets stop and say a prayer together for We The People for freedom, peace and love.