Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness



“The essence of America — that which really unites us — is not ethnicity, or nationality or religion — it is an idea — and what an idea it is:  That you can come from humble circumstances and do great things.” ~ Condoleezza Rice

I think that our own global essence is that each one of us, in our own way, does great things.  Since I’ve been blogging, I’ve connected with so many amazing people world-wide.  Each in their own way continues to extend their greatness across the globe.  Simply by connecting with friendship, we grow joy in the our own lives and in the lives of others while continuing to expand understanding, peace and love internationally throughout our planet.

It’s not just America, but world-wide…

YOU make a difference…



20 thoughts on “Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness

  1. So true…we are all one, after all ~ “For whom the bell tolls..”
    Thank you for the reminder and have a wonderful 4th, 5th, 6th, and so on!

  2. If we could make the “idea” a reality, that would change everything. I do agree, however, blogging is a wonderful way to join hands around the world. It’s the real, everyday, people, not the elites, who can make a difference. Lovely post. Happy 4th. And some government official is reading everything we write, recording every call we make or receive.

    • Then may that gov’t official, take heart and heed the amazing peaceful connections that we are making world-wide on this planet through our ‘little blogs’ and be inspired to do more him/herself.♥ I believe that it is our reality the more we continue to promote peace, joy, and love through the amazing connections we are making by blogging, by reaching out and by supporting each other! Shine On my friend. May your 4th sparkle! ♥ Thanks for being here with me.

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