wELCOME ON TBD Ning.Hereunder my exchange with President Obama on July4:
Re: A day to celebrate and aspireWednesday, July 8, 2009 8:56 PM
From: "muhammad chaudhry" View contact detailsTo: email@example.comPresident Obama,
I ,for one entirely endorse and support your viewpoint and join you for doing my bit,in fact everything within my power and capacity for as best actualization of the dreams of the Founding Fathers of this great country, as possible through optimization of my efforts for this purpose.
Of course,your addressing, all conscientious-minded people on July 4, is the best goad to spur up their minds and bodies in to actions for the materialization of common goals.
However let me assert it that the Founding Fathers of this great country were mentally emanicipated of biases,prejudices and fixations of all kinds which enabled them to rise above petty considerations and work for lofty goals.
Let's all commit candidly to help as many people as possible to achieve mental emanicipation from,biases,prejudices and fixations of all types by learning to forgive as advocated by Proff.Dr.Fredric,Stanford University.This in turn will optimize the scope of materialization of the goals ,cherished by you and all of us with your inculcation through your address.
With the very best regards
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P.S I'm sorry for the delayed response as I checked this mail late,today
--- On Sat, 7/4/09, President Barack Obama wrote:
From: President Barack Obama
Subject: A day to celebrate and aspire
To: "mohammad chaudhry"
Date: Saturday, July 4, 2009, 1:32 PM
This weekend, our family will join millions of others in celebrating America. We will enjoy the glow of fireworks, the taste of barbeque, and the company of good friends. As we all celebrate this weekend, let's also remember the remarkable story that led to this day.
Two hundred and thirty-three years ago, our nation was born when a courageous group of patriots pledged their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor to the proposition that all of us were created equal.
Our country began as a unique experiment in liberty -- a bold, evolving quest to achieve a more perfect union. And in every generation, another courageous group of patriots has taken us one step closer to fully realizing the dream our founders enshrined on that great day.
Today, all Americans have a hard-fought birthright to a freedom which enables each of us, no matter our views or background, to help set our nation's course. America's greatness has always depended on her citizens embracing that freedom -- and fulfilling the duty that comes with it.
As free people, we must each take the challenges and opportunities that face this nation as our own. As long as some Americans still must struggle, none of us can be fully content. And as America comes ever closer to achieving the perfect Union our founders dreamed, that triumph -- that pride -- belongs to all of us.
So today is a day to reflect on our independence, and the sacrifice of our troops standing in harm's way to preserve and protect it. It is a day to celebrate all that America is. And today is a time to aspire toward all we can still become.
With very best wishes,
President Barack Obama
July 4th, 2009
P.S. -- Our nation's birthday is also an ideal time to consider serving in your local community. You can find many great ideas for service opportunities near you at http://www.serve.gov.