12 responses about "freedom "Surprise Me
I drew an outline of an American Soldier in honor of the soldiers that fight for our country and I drew all the words that stand out to me when I think of American Creed.
The Freedom of an American
Mountain biking in Lake Forest for Good Dirt to help people in Rwanda have bikes. My grit and determination allows me to finish the 25 mile ride. Thanks to living in America, I am able to afford a nice bike, eat all sorts of food, and help others.
How I Feel Freedom Came To Be.
This timeline describes people in the past that I believe have had a big impact on what freedom is seen as today.
The American Creed
My American creed is the idea of freedom, and prosperity, even if it causes conflict.
How does your family & community history connect to your American creed?
My American Creed is about both sides of my family immigrating from both Italy and Russia.
Made In America
My poetry anthology is about my thoughts and the world that influences them. Everything from American history to random thinking, are all compiled into one anthology.
The main point of this essay is to show that with the hard work the opportunity of ones family gets a bigger chance of succeeding in life with a better community and family.
Education for kids
Since the kids are the future of this planet, why not educate them from a young age. With the basics of education and the opportunity to proceed to a higher education, the future would be filled with successful men and women.
Compassion Connects People
Sometimes the best way to discover a person's American creed is through the way they help their community and relate with the people in need around them.
Boo Crawley's American Creed
What does it mean to me to be an American? To me being an American means being free, have equal opportunities and to have Natural Rights. Natural rights are rights you are born with and you will have until they day you die. Having equal opportunities