The America I want to live in is a peaceful, forgiving, loving place.
Places on the Asia continent like China and Japan that promote unity and teamwork.
A place where there is no lack (financially, mentally, emotionally, physically, socially or spiritually).
Americans can begin to embrace equality, opportunities, success. There is no such thing as I have plenty and you have none.
A place where if I am strong and you are weak that we can help each other because I am not always strong.
When I say to someone that if they need me I will be there and really mean it.
You see being rich and wealthy comes from a strong sense of purpose. The need to return the blessings that God so freely gives.
A place where people understand, accept, love and forgive each other.
Can you please join me with gratitude, peace, love, forgiveness, grace, mercy, humility, leadership and wisdom?
See to really love another person requires a selfless desire to give more of yourself than to receive from others; however, it takes a tremendous amount of self control, discipline and maturity to allow yourself the personal freedom to behave in that manner.
I truly believe that each one of us want to love and be loved; however, the barriers of trust, honesty, respect and self-control hinder that progression.
The America that I want to live in teaches high morals, values and exceptionability; therefore, it is impossible to provide subpar service or distribute inferior products for consumption or other means.
An America where education comprises all tools at our disposal so that our children, teens and adults are well educated. Where there are more children researching cyberspace opposed to a prison number, where our children can enjoy their personal space without the fear of violence.
An America where parents spend more time listening to the needs of their children opposed to automatically knowing what they need and avoiding their children because there aren’t healthy round table breakfast, lunch and dinner conversations.
Democrat or Republican, we need our businesses financed so we can employ each other and grow our economy – where we are not window shopping but consumer spending.
God bless America.