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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Tell the Children

In today's world where there are so many colliding forces and opinions, more than ever before, we need to unite with our families. The future of the family seems to hang in the balance as groups of leftish thinkers get in the streets and demand recognition. This is the era of Elijah, the time to love our families, reunite the extensions and remember those whose genes we carry.  It is time to gather the old photos and painstakingly show them to our children, while explaining the history which that person helped to forge. Everyone has an inherent need to know who they are, to find themselves. We are the sum total of our ancestors and it is those genetic dispositions which help identify each of us.  It is the choices which were made by ancestors which brought us freedom. And the choices that we make determine whether or not we will keep it.  It actually begins with photographs of the past and subtle reminders to our children that they are to carry the lofty banner.  A true history of the past exists, despite the curriculum of schools and political agendas. This generation still knows certain truths of the past. Therefore, must teach the children the religious values and freedoms which were fought for us. For, you see, this war for will have to fought again.  Soon.

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