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“Under the law of nature, all men are born free, every one comes into the world with a right to his own person, which includes the liberty of moving and using it at his own will. This is what is called personal liberty, and is given him by the Author” – Thomas Jefferson

On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence making July 4th a very historic day in the history of America. Every year, we, as Americans, rejoice and celebrate Independence Day, or the 4th of July, with great fanfare. Amidst colorful parades, flag hoisting ceremonies, and barbecue parties, we remember the suffering our forefathers endured to win us this precious freedom. They deserve our utmost gratitude and prayers.

While we celebrate this popular holiday with friends and family, let’s enjoy our privileges and exercise our right to freedom responsibly. May God bless the United States of America, a country I love the most. Join me in this celebration by adding your comment below.

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  1. Ival says:

    Arlcites like this just make me want to visit your website even more.

  2. Joseph Pavetto says:

    These are both very inspirational. Thank you, Sajid and Homer! Thank you for your words of endearing love of God’s land for ‘US’-lest I mention those lives dedicated and many sacrificed in this. They definitely show that the Love of the Father within is reflected ‘with out’.

    The mission of maintaining personal freedom will not go unfulfilled! Strength and honor. The time is now-Let’s take back our personal land and our United America.

    Foreign aid welcome…In other words, join up with us. Help to say happy Independence to all!

  3. Homer Roderick says:

    Thanks Sajid. Please remember that everyone has a 4th of July, but too few actually enjoy Independence Day. This year as the fireworks lit the night I reflected on the purposes of those that originally and since sacrificed much so that I may be, to some degree, free and independent. I committed myself to work harder to help restore the USA as a place where no one is dependent on any institution…and to be an example of one who helps others instead of turning away and expecting a distant bureaucracy to do so.

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