Freedom In Henry Ford's The Star Spangled Banner

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Henry Ford created the Assembly Line, leading to the First Automobile being created. The Assembly Line created a way of transportation for people to go anywhere without walking or riding animals like camels (in certain places in the world), horses, and cattle, making it faster and easier to travel around. Walking everywhere became a problem because it took forever and people spent lots of money on hotel costs and cost for food, water, maybe clothes, and other necessities. Even though walking everywhere is healthy, walking to much can destroy our inner self and make you dehydrated. Getting out to walk like 60 to 120 minutes a day will be good enough in order for you to be at a healthy state. Henry Ford’s works and importance in today’s world…show more content…
Everyone is supposed to stand up and put their right hand over their heart when the Star Spangled Banner is sung or played to show respect for our soldiers, but some football teams are not in this case. This issue with standing up for the Star Spangled Banner, goes along with the issue of the College or University Football Players not standing up for the loved ones that died fighting for their freedoms and rights. Everyone should just stop going to the football games for these teams that are doing it, making the Pro football players getting less and less money as people stop coming, because they are showing disrespect to the soldiers that fought for their rights and without soldiers, the football players wouldn’t be playing. Without soldiers fighting for our rights and taking risks, of possibly death or injury, our community or population of people in the United States would go down because the world would be chaos and everyone will go around killing each other. No one said fighting for your freedom would be easy. Another example of someone fighting for our freedoms is Jesus dying on the cross to save us, so that we would be set free of our sins. When we admit that we are sinners, believe in our hearts that Jesus is lord, and confess with our hearts that Jesus died on that cross to save us from our sins, then we will be saved. Just know that we aren’t alone, we

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