Personal Narrative: The Rights And Freedoms Of America

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Freedom (liberty) is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without resistance. Freedom is America's honor, and honor comes with obligations and we have the obligation to use our freedom wisely. We can accept or reject the obligations, but we must choose well. I'm a patriot for country because of the freedoms that I have. One way we have our freedom is because of the Declaration of Independence and first ten Amendments of the Constitution or The Bill of Rights. The Constitution was to protect the rights of all citizens in American territory. The first amendment said that Congress will not make any laws about the establishment of different religions and lessening the freedom. The second amendment said that people have the right to bear arms as long as you use this right respectfully. The third amendment said that no soldier can live in someone's home without any say so of the owner or in war, only prescribed by a law. The fourth said that people …show more content…

The six ,seventh, and eighth amendments are basically saying the same thing. These truths give us the liberties that we have today. "The Rights and Freedoms of America".William H. Hartley. New York1974 I am thankful for all of my freedoms and for the wars that people went through to receive these rights. Freedom means quite a lot to me and we might not take in consideration that we have gotten used to the them that we have taken them for granted. We probably don't know of the rights that we poses and use every single day. We don't care and use our freedoms correctly, that is why some of us are losing our freedoms as Americans. We must remember that ultimate freedom in Christ is true freedom, we would never have them if it wasn't for Him. Now the Lord is the Spirit,and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. 2 Corinthians

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