Religious liberty, right to bear arms, and freedom of speech are three very important values that should be upheld in America. Many freedoms that America holds are often taken for granted. America was founded on biblical and ethical values but today those values are being challenged and are slowly being compromised. Americas founders fought to make America a free country.
Recognizing and understanding has become an important fact as I continue to embark upon this journey. The seven spheres integrate participation from me and will expand to the world, meaning my civic responsibility can be personal or professional. The word of God states that we love our neighbors as we love ourselves, being a Christian means we must always walk in
, I immediately think of three words, freedom, love and family. The most important right someone can have in this world is freedom and luckily for americans we have the luxury of freedom all the time. America has the freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition, the freedoms I just listed are only a few that America are known for. Sadly for other countries, most of them do not allow freedom at all. America is known for all of their freedom but, with freedom comes a lot of responsibility and that responsibility is why I think of the word love.
We must believe in our American Dream, and take every opportunity to create a life built on the freedom and the choices we’ve been granted. In Conclusion, Contrary to popular belief the American dream isn’t about extravagant wealth or gaudy amounts of money. It actually isn’t about materialistic items at all. The American dream lies in the journey, not the destination. It exists in the freedoms we are granted as Americans to make our own choices and to create any type of life we desire.
After a few years of being in the first stage I was in the dogmatic faith stage. In this stage, I was applying myself ceaselessly to earning the love and approval of the Supreme Being (Gold, 2010). I thought I was doing the work of the lord and that if I did that I would be an important person for it. I never wanted to do the wrong thing and even was very over worried about my sexual behaviors or openness to start doing things in that realm as a high school student. At the same time, I think that church was a good and stable place for me to be at that time regardless, but looking back it seems to be a pretty foolish way of thinking that it was the only way to do right in the world.
Equality in America is meant as egalitarian equality; having the same rights and opportunities - not necessarily outcome, the price of which is competition which brings along materialistic tendencies and results in a great divide in social status within the population, such as rampant homelessness. Freedom is centered around the American individual and the choices which they can make, they have many freedoms, including freedom of religion, freedom of choice, and most importantly: their freedom of
To me being American means many things. To start off I believe that being American has nothing to do with from where you may originally be from whether it is a place in Latin America or Europe. I believe that it has to do with the ideals that you believe in. I believe an American is someone who was born in the United States and was raised by the ideals and beliefs of this country. An American is someone who respects the values of others and gains knowledge and perspective through their differences.
When I first heard the song "Dear Mr. President", from Pink, singing about all the catastrophes happened during the time of George W. Bush as President, it touched my heart. Being an international student, that did not know anything about this time period in the U.S., changed my point of view. Pink was able to criticize all the actions the President did, bad actions and good actions. Some people may interpret her song in a different way and believe she attacked the U.S. President as a person, she may also be seen as a disrespectful person that was not be able to keep her opinion to herself. Other may also believe that her choice of words was too strong and inaccurate and may took her idea of the song on a different level.
also to have a good education. It means that I can say "The Pledge of Allegiance" and that I can vote for the President,and the Mayor. But to me it means most of all to be free and to be proud that I live in the United States of America because not all people have the benefit of being free some people out there are fighting half killing each other just to support themselves and their families. Being an American also means that we are treated equally no matter what color skin we may have, and it doesn 't matter what culture you are from and we also have rights that give us the ability of freedom of speech; i also get to go to school for free and you can go wherever you want u want to go to the beach or maybe to the mall or just to a friends house u can go in peace and parents can let their kids go to school or on field trips by themselves without the fear of their kids getting hurt. because we are american we can have privileges like caring for your community like say You could join a trash pickup.
What is the most important part of the first amendment? In my opinion, freedom of religion is the most important. It gives you a right to practice what religion you want. For thousands of years, people have been told what to believe in, and how to believe in a God. The fact that we live n a country where you can practice in whichever religion you choose, is a great accomplishment.
Why Does Religious Freedom Matter Even though defying predictions that political and social progress would eventually marginalize religion, religious belief and practice remain widespread and vibrant around the world. Why does religious freedom matter? Maybe because religious freedom is a fundamental human right that ought to be enjoyed by people of all nations. And religious freedom recognize the right of all people to pursue these transcendent ends. From the passage, its states that freedom of religious is a cornerstone of the American experiment.
Meanwhile, on the other end of the spectrum, freedom is balancing out these security checks. The American people value there various civil liberties and freedoms greatly, viewing the bill of rights as one of the most important documents in history. There are even entire political parties and action groups dedicated to defending the rights given to us in the first, second, fourth, and various other
The American Dream has shaped this country for centuries. It inspired the works of people like Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Alva Edison, and Henry Ford. This Dream can be considered the driving force of our economy, the contributing reason for our immigrant influx, and the powering factor of our innovation. Although everyone interprets this Dream differently, the majority of individuals in this country can agree on some certain ideas and morals. Since none of this would be easy or even possible in an authoritarian regime, our rights and our freedoms play an important role in the Dream.