Saturday, July 4, 2020
4th of July Flags
I typically see the 4th of July as the halfway point of the year. Our nation's birthday happens near the start of the 7th month and the 2nd half of the year. And what a year 2020 has been.
Thinking back on the first half of this year, I'm struck that there are other flags of honor to celebrate this country that I love and care about. Flags that take our defining American ideals and values of freedom, liberty, equality, democracy, unity, & diversity. These are what stand at the base of who we are. In this time when we've seen so much loss due to the coronavirus, it's certainly a time to take hold of what is important.
As you celebrate Independence Day, think about the flags that come to your mind. Here are some of mine. I envision them waving proudly in the air, alongside our American flag, giving us all strength, courage, hope, gratitude, perseverance, faith, resilience, and community. Happy 4th of July!
Images created at www.canva.com from their photos and also these sites: https://www.flagamerican.com/earthdayflag.aspx, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gay_Pride_Flag.svg, https://www.amazon.com/Matter-Bandera-Detener-violencia-Banderas/dp/B06WWHPK7N/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=%22black+lives+matter%22+flag&qid=1593273252&sr=8-4, https://www.flags.com/healthcare-heroes-flag/, https://www.noveltiescompany.com/products/coexist-flag-5530
Posted by Vicki at 2:00 AM
Labels: history , human impact , July 4th
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