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How much do you value you freedom Is it worth your life To many veterans in this country it is and always will be Freedoms obligation doesnt just depend on them though it lives in each and everyone of us Something as simple as taking off you hat as the National Anthem is sung rings true to everyone of us who values our freedom Freedoms obligation to clarify this subject lets break it down into parts Freedom when you think of freedom in The United States of America you think of being free from tyranny and communism and having the free right to choose our rulers More often than not freedom is taken for granted We go to the polls to vote for our government officers or we engage in a friendly conversation with coworkers about our views on government and we lose sight from where these freedoms came from They came from the battle fields Won like prizes in a deadly game Soldiers fought and won for sake of those freedoms and we should respect them for it Now for the second half Obligation The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines obligation as a contract that legally or morally binds one to a certain course of action For us as US citizens the contract is completely moral Our obligation runs through our blood like water through a cavern To thank a veteran when we get the chance or to take off our hat during the National Anthem are all clearly signs that we are fulfilling our obligation to our country Now what happens when we put the two together We get freedoms obligation which has an entirely whole new meaning Think of it like this a moral contract that bind us to honor our freedom Meaning that when we put our hand over our hearts we are acting like soldiers in a way In other words the freedom of our country lies heavily on us as
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