First I want to thank each and every person who has put themselves in harms way to provide the many freedoms we have in this country. I also honor those who have lost their lives and hope and pray that their families find comfort.
This is a day that made me think of physical, mental and spiritual freedoms. I thought about my personal spiritual freedom during my personal quiet time this morning. I was thankful for the physical freedom from pain that my mom had. I pray for those who are in emotional and physical pain for them to have some freedom from it.
If you have never felt the pain of physical, emotional or spiritual bondage you will never, ever appreciate how it feels to feel free. Sometimes it is just the freedom a pain pill brings. Other times it is the freedom from crying out of grief or lost of a loved one because someone cared enough to call and talk to you.
As a baby boomers we have a lot more of a history to reflect upon. They range from personal freedoms to job related freedoms. That’s right many of you are free of your jobs but not by choice. Yet, you have created an opportunities out of the pain of job loss. Every successful baby boomer internet marketer has a story to tell you that would probably encourage you.
Well, I could go on and on but must make a trip to my moms. So, I leave
Are their some freedoms you have but have thought to give thanks for? If yes, take a few minutes to appreciate them between the fireworks and fun.
Enjoy the day!
I have recently taken more interest in the Founding Fathers and the sacrifices they made on the behalf of freedom. I can show gratitude to them by voting for those who will protect those freedoms at all costs.
Thanks 1776 Founders!
Even though today is the 5th, I still remain mindful of the many gifts and freedoms I’ve enjoyed. Although our country, like any civilization, has its flaws, we are so blessed to live in a country where freedom rings. Thanks for reminding us of this fact!