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PRESIDENT'S DAY - 2020
February 17th, 2020 6:38 AM

Dear Friends,

Today Americans celebrate PRESIDENT'S DAY. Of the 45 Presidents that have made their mark in history, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln have earned divine respect for their vision of a nation that has acquired a monumental presence in a world of moral misfortunes. Their innate ability to see the future by their actions is revealed in today's America. When the 1st President assured the colonies his recognition of a democratic republic is the form of government that allows Judeo-Christian principles to thrive, the path chosen was truly fortuitous. Many years later, the 16th President preserved the nation by his steadfast approach in overcoming the scourge of slavery through the Emancipation Proclamation and the termination of a Civil War under his immense leadership. Both men are recognized for their passion, devotion and character in the challenges they faced by those unable to view a republic established to elevate the human condition.

In President Washington's Farewell Address of 1796, the advice and observations he gave were significant, as his thoughts in regards to the travesty of political parties as a modicum for disloyalty and the causes that can lead to sectionalism, are relevant concerns in today's America. All citizens are urged to recognize the importance one must have for the stability of nurturing a nation, in principles that offer an outlook of encouragement in our daily lives and those of our countrymen.

The Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 in which President Lincoln by Proclamation and Executive Order invoked the abolition of slavery, is considered one of the most monumental moral acts ever inspired and accomplished in America and throughout world history. As an observer, one can say there are racial divisions in this country today. However, the prevalence of discrimination has been stymied through generations. The pain and suffering of our black citizens has resurrected the rise in love and compassion, as a sincere and heartfelt substitution for the turmoil inflicted. 

Through the actions of both Presidents centuries ago, America is indebted by the strength of their character and principled convictions. This nation is eternally grateful.

Thanks again for your continuous support.


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