I was determined not to tackle this subject, but hope is needed today. I still believe in the American democracy. I believe that the idea that the election was stolen rests on the fact that in urban areas blacks and other people of color voted in record numbers and they voted overwhelmingly for Democrats, especially... Continue Reading →
Photo from Pinterest.com 1 Peter 3:8 To sum up, all of you be harmonious, brotherly, kindhearted, and humble in spirit. The Pledge of Allegiance has been recited for decades in our schools. In my elementary school, we were reminded each new day as we turned toward the American flag that as Americans, we were "one... Continue Reading →
Remember our oneness, for "We the People of the United States," is a better description than "them" and "us." Written for One Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill. A short reminder that a nation divided cannot stand, is vulnerable to our enemies, and that our beloved democracy will be threatened or lost.
We are so painfully divided as a nation. I just want to hang my head and cry. Somehow we must find common ground, So with other Americans we willingly identify. Nothing should separate us from each other, Not race, ethnicity, or political ideology. There must be ways to disagree peacefully, Without hating those who share... Continue Reading →