Offense to freedom
To the Editor:
President John F. Kennedy was in Berlin in June 1963, and he mentioned that the wall was an offense to history and to humanity. But he also knew that wall would go down someday, so he reminded those there “to lift your eyes beyond the dangers of today to the hopes of tomorrow.” That their city, their country would be one and they would be remembered for being in the front lines for almost two decades.
Today, division in America is an offense to freedom and to humanity. To tear it down, we too must lift our eyes beyond the dangers of today to the hopes of tomorrow so that our children and their children can live in a united country. With all the tragedies of violence and hate that surround us, the only hope is us.
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