I drive past a billboard every Tuesday afternoon that says:
FREEDOM IS: knowing I can afford my "mid-life crisis"
and it has a picture of a man driving a convertible sports car. Each time I pass it I feel sad that the statement on the ad is true for so many Americans. I could talk about how our country knows freedom in a way that few others do and that is a result of so many who have served and even given their lives so that we could claim countless freedoms. I hope that freedom means more to you than being able to purchase the "American Dream." I think everyone defines "Freedom" differently, if you are bold enough to do so, I would love to hear how you define it.