Thursday, October 17, 2013

What We Believe About Ourselves

As a nation, we are being told many lies about ourselves by very persuasive media methods and economic controls.

But, also as a nation, we know better.

We were all raised on the Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of the United States.

The men who wrote these documents were very courageous in stating the principles of freedom.

These principles still stand.

We must engage ourselves in their practice more consciously and fervently and elect representatives who are also committed to these principles.  That is what the Oath of Office affirms.

We expect to practice Liberty, Equality and Fraternity among ourselves as a citizenry and also among all other nations.

Are our policy-makers enacting actions which produce these in our relationships with other countries?

We only need to protect ourselves from the evils that we do.

Then we will spread respect and trust.

Constantly being told that we are in danger only means that our policy-makers are willing to create danger for other countries.

I believe in the principles that founded our country and allowed it to prosper while they were being practiced.

The fact that so many are not prospering is easily seen in the ridiculous favoritism that our lawmakers have succumbed to.

Wake up and remember who you are!  Wake up to love of country and to the rights of all people in the United States. 

Stand for this and become more than you are in this moment.

© 2013 Kathryn Hardage

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