Tuesday, January 20, 2009

The Chains are Broken

12:00 noon marked a historical day for our nation. I did everything possible to go and see this historical event, however, I was unable to get tickets, but I was glad that I was not in the masses of people in DC...

President Obama's speech brought tears to my eyes as I watch a man who so desperately seeks change. I think that as a nation, healing will begin. However, I feel that Americans are putting to much trust and hope in one man rather then doing something about the problems. We are expecting our new president to fix them. I believe it is important to realize that he will not fix all of our economic problems, but he will infact ask Americans to take ownership and responsibility of this nation..

I am excited to see what happens in the next four years. I am very proud to be able to watch this occasion on national television.

I will forever be moved by this day. I do not have the thoughts or words to describe how I felt, but I pray that his leadership and his cabinet will do the work of God.

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