God, bless America.
I added the comma and the lowercase “b” because, without them, it seems like we are making a demand of god, rather than approaching god with the humility of a people who have already received so much.
In my case, I also use the lowercase “g” because I personally honor the best of all faiths; and, because of my good fortune to be an American, it is not only my Constitutional right to believe this, but also to add voice to my belief.
Now that I think of it, god, I don’t need any more blessings. (click to tweet)
I’m all set here.
Please pass by me today, and move right on to others with real needs.
I am so very grateful to both god and country for the undeserved grace I have received for no reason other than the ridiculously random place of my birth.
We are so very fortunate, my good people. It seems ridiculous that, in times of stress, it is so easy to forget that.
So, today, as we rightfully express our pride in this great nation, let us remember with humble appreciation that god has already blessed America.
And then, as individuals and as a nation, let us do what we ought with this blessing:
Pass. It. On.
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