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The Minnesota Gardner
By Nancy Ann
So much has changed for many of us with the quarantine due to Covid 19. In the United States of America, some people lost their jobs, and sadly, are on the brink of losing their livelihood–if not already. A bulk of people now call their home their office. Kids are being educated through distance learning, which, in turn, are making parents fill in for teachers as needed. The meat industry has been put to almost a standstill. Many states have restricted people to their homes, going out only as needed for essential items such as food. People are becoming antsy and are ready to get back to work and to resume life as we knew it in America. I have faith in that the bulk of the people are responsible enough to follow the guidelines put out by the government. (Which are very, very similar to lessons that my parents taught me, and their parents taught them, and so on…) This is not the first pandemic, nor depression, that the USA has faced. We got through it before, we will get through it again. But we must retain our rights and liberties while doing so.
America, the land of the free and the home of the brave. If we take nothing else away from this experience, let us remember why the United States of America exists. I urge you to use this time to read the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence. I urge people to read these documents each year around the 4th of July–Independence Day. Parents, read these documents to your children; teach them about their rights and their freedoms. (If you don’t, who will?)
Remember: United, we stand; divided, we fall. Be as strong as our forefathers were; it is our right and our duty to our country.
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