My daughter, who is on a left-leaning college campus, asked for my take on all these race riots. I don’t remember a time, nor does she, when things have been worse in our lifetimes. The best part about studying history is that it allows us the perspective we so desperately need to understand how to interpret the events we are watching today.
With all the talk about the rioting and looting and shootings, there are valid reasons to feel pessimistic about the direction we are heading. However, this week we talk with William J. Federer about our reasons for hope. Our Nation is peppered with stories from the past of how previous generations overcame similar situations.
Our biggest battle is with discouragement. It’s hard to keep fighting when it looks like we are always losing. Lots of people are disengaging from anything political. I understand and fight the temptation to feel discouraged myself. It helps me most when I hear stories of how far we’ve come, how long others fought and remember what can be gained if we don’t lose our nerve center or our conscience.
Focusing on our unified vision is the solution! We have far bigger enemies than ourselves. We need each other. The strength of our Nation is our shared values. When leaders in Washington D.C. speak divisively, that hurts all of us. The original patriots kept their eye on the prize and united together to win the prize.
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