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Countdown to Civility, Humility & Deplomacy


I have a renewed hope,  and enthusiasm for our country because after studying and understanding the greatness of our forefathers, ethics, character, trust and passion that it took to form our great nation, I realized we do indeed have hope.  We do not have to wait for an election, to change AMERICA, but can do our part now.  Change may be simply raising a child with manors, or building an ethical business, or organizing a world impacting movement.  Every part contributes to the whole, and it is all necessary to a the greater good.

In my humble opinion, America is already a GREAT Nation and the people of America are wonderful, diverse, generous and at the core wanting to live a life of peace in harmony with a foundational truth that established and keeps us advancing this great Democracy through a Holy Experiment.  I point to William Penn as a Founding "Grandfather" that honored civility, acted in humility and was an extreme diplomat. 

In the quote below, you will hear an urgent call to consider the use of your time.  Wise use of time is critical as we continue to shape and form our Nation in the areas of our influence. 

“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” 
― William Penn

Ordinary people,  are doing extraordinary things.   This blog is to feature a community in Pennsylvania who believes that their efforts can start a movement, establish fresh hope  and Unite to Restore America.

The exciting part, is that these great people have focused around the concept of "Honoring Family Heritage", and are passionate about Leaving a Legacy of Leaders™ who are principled leaders. 

“I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore there be any kindness I can show...let me do it now.” 
― William Penn

All great movements,  started in prayer  and continued by implementing foundational principles that make countries and people great.  

“I know no religion that destroys courtesy, civility, and kindness.” 
― William Penn

It is good to see people standing,  and not waiting  for a countdown meter in the exchange of a president,  but to take the initiative themselves to be the ambassadors of a greater body, with the intention of Blessing Nations through diligent efforts.

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