Wednesday Quote of the Day
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a political quote for the day that is directed at ALL OF YOU. Desperately waiting for you to read, click, and spread the word.
I want to start by saying this ; first, I don't care who you vote for in the upcoming election. For some reason, people crucify each other on social media because their beliefs differ. Why am I right because I believe in God, and you are wrong because you don't? Why should I not associate with you because I'm pro-life, and you aren't? It's human nature to gravitate towards people that share your common core beliefs, or you wouldn't want to be surrounded by that diversity. Our uniqueness is what makes us beautiful. Unfortunately, that's also what showcases our ugliness.
I wanted to share this quote because I believe it's important to read and understand the meaning. This election will be for some of us the most important in our lifetime. I beg you to give yourself more credit and don't listen to the blah on television. Do your research. Make your own decisions. Lead. Don't believe all the hype or everything you're told. The next president of the United States of America will be a man or woman. It doesn't matter if it's the first female or the first billionaire. Both are rich. Both live in different realities than any of us, but we have to choose. This monumental decision is solely ours. Don't waste a vote because you think it doesn't count. Life is based upon decisions, and we need to teach our children that it's not always what we want. We must lead by example in HOW we make this big decision. This one is on you. Quit blaming the candidates. This election is a chance to teach our kids that life isn't perfect and that our choices aren't always what we want, but we STILL have to make a decision.
Choose Trump, Clinton, Johnson, or Stein in November. Just don't quit because it got hard. It's on you now.
"Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters." - Abraham Lincoln