We fought the Redcoats and won.
We soon took freedom for granted and opportunity was all around us. But if we were going to live up to all our brave talk about equality, we needed to free the Africans we held captive.
But their release would lessen the opportunity of plantation owners.
Equality vs. Opportunity: the hardest choices in life are those choices between two good things.
We chose Equality.
All for one, and one for all.
Of the people, by the people, for the people.
E pluribus unum.
To rebuild the opportunity we invented tractors and other machines to replace the lost labor of the Africans. All was well again.
We fanned the flames of Opportunity for four generations. By the fifth generation we were the wealthiest and most powerful nation in the world. We let nothing stand between us and Opportunity.
We soon became a nation identified with material things.
We invented tractors to rebuild our lost opportunity.
What will we invent to rebuild our lost character?
Small people complain and offer no solution to the problem. I refuse to be small.
Roy H. Williams
Intuition is the female beagle from the Destinae trilogy.
Indiana – the male beagle with the sword – is reckless imagination and adventure. Intuition is deep and quiet. Indy, well, he’s Indy. – RHW