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ReligionFaith Over the last several decades America has been evolving towards many significant changes One of these changes has posed a question whether or not America has become secular Although we may be uncertain of many of these changes and how they will affect our future the answer to our secularity is quite obvious America has indeed become secular I think that in a society where being successful is everything our religious beliefs tend to get lost in the survival of the fittest lifestyle that we lead everyday Of course we all have certain standards in which we believe and live by A good example of the standard behavior that makes us so secular is in Wil Herbergs essay This American Way Of Life Herbergs says so well the American way of life is a symbol by which Americans define themselves and establish their unity The author means to imply that unity is something we all strive for To be American is to be part a huge family no matter what gender color or background We stick together We fight together we laugh together we grieve together as Americans Terms like democracy individuality self-reliance are all words we relate to as Americans We teach our kids that we should be grateful everyday to be Americans In this country we can choose our own destination We can be whatever we want I think that being a secular country brings us together and makes us strongerWe dont have questions we cant answer We dont hear stories of people or things we cant prove exist We know what we have overcome to be where we are today and we know what we want to plan for our future As quoted in Herbergs essay The things that make us proud to be Americans are of the soul and of the spirit That quote said by Mr Eisenhower
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