Even though things aren’t great, let’s remember how lucky we are to live in the United States.

Paying bills, Getting fired from a job, not getting the job, low paycheck money or even missing out on other things because you’re working a full-time job. Even though there are everyday events that aren’t exactly great, we’re still lucky to be living in America!

I am proud of many things which our country has done; no other country comes close to our outpouring of compassion, empathy and support in times of hardship throughout the nation and the world. No other country has established leadership in as many areas of human endeavor, such as science, medicine, technology, research and development, and others. No other country has provided the commitment or leadership in making life better throughout the world

To be an American means that you’re free. That you can pick the job you want, what shift to work. And to have a good education. It means that you can say “The Pledge of Allegiance” and that you can vote for the President, your county clerk, and your Mayor. Or even post on TNBD if and when you feel like it.

But most of all to be free and to be proud that.

How lucky are Americans to actually live in America and do we realize it?

Have a great Sunday, guys!

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