The state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint. That’s the definition of freedom according to the dictionary. What’s your definition of freedom? The right to be free.
Some would say that you and I have no right to be free. It’s something that has to be earned, and there are those people and forces that want to make you subservient to their processes and restraints. They want to make you their personal slaves while they live high on the hog and you work for them.
They will be happy to tell you what to do, when to do it, and where to do it at. They will tell you where to worship, where to work, and how to raise your children.
Do You and I Have The Right To Be Free?
Listen to this short video from the movie, “John Adams”. Listen to his reasons for taking up arms and breaking free from the control of Britain.
…”that these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free“…
The right to be free was the intentions of our founding fathers. They were making a huge investment and a tremendous cost into their right to be free, and looking down the road at your right and mine. They paid a great price, and many of them lost everything, including their own lives.
On Memorial Day, we remember those soldiers who have done the very same thing as our fore-fathers did. They fought, and many of them died, for our right to be free.
Every year I write about one of these brave and courageous soldiers. I did one the other day that you can read here. “Medal of Honor Finally Given”
Their stories are out there all around us, because they live among us. They are your fathers, mothers, aunts and uncles. I think on this one day a year we take some time from our bar-b-ques, and picnics, to reflect on the tremendous sacrifices of these brave men and women. It’s because of their sacrifices that you and I can have a bar-b-que, a parade, and a picnic today.
So today take some time out of your holiday activities, and visit an old veteran in a hospital, or a young one such as my son, Staff Sargent Adam Gosur, who served two tours in Iraq.
Be proud of these brave young men and women, who said yes, I will go and fight for the right to freedom. Reach out your hand and say thank you, we are very proud and honored to be in the company of such great heroes as these.
A great song, written and sung by Paul McCartney called “Freedom”
We remember those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. They laid their very lives on the altar of freedom, so you and I can truly live in a country that is free. They are not here to thank or shake their hands, but we salute them and honor their memories everywhere.
The right to be free…
…we will never forget them!
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