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06/20/2024

The Founding Fathers of the United States sought to establish a nation guided by divine principles of empathy, humility, grace, kindness and fairness for all people. They believed that by instituting these values as the bedrock of American society, the nation could foster a covenant relationship with the Creator rooted in mutual care, understanding and respect among all citizens.

As descendants of those who came to America's shores seeking freedom and opportunity, we are all called to be leaders in our own spheres of influence, no matter how big or small. A true leader is simply someone who positively impacts the lives of others. By approaching each interaction with empathy, striving to understand others' experiences and perspectives, we build bridges of connection.

When we lead with humility, acknowledging our own limitations and valuing the contributions of those around us, we create space for every person to bring their gifts to the table. Grace and kindness in our words and actions, even in the face of disagreement or adversity, have the power to defuse tension and find common ground. And by always striving for fairness, ensuring all people are treated with equal dignity regardless of background, we move society towards justice.

The Founding Fathers understood that a nation's strength lies in its people's commitment to higher ideals. The security and prosperity of the United States depends not on military might or economic power alone, but on each citizen's willingness to be a force for good, to shape their corner of the world through humble, compassionate leadership.

This is the quiet, unassuming leadership of example and influence to which we are all called. In our families, workplaces, communities and country, we each have a part to play in fulfilling this covenant - not a promise of perfection, but a commitment to embody empathy, kindness, humility, grace, and fairness. One interaction at a time, one person at a time, we can be the leaders our nation and world need, building a society of mutual understanding and care. This is how we honor the vision of the Founders and the sacred duty entrusted to us.

Join us in a FREE four-week Quiet Leadership online group. The class starts July 10, 2024 at 11 am eastern. Register here (https://www.readwritetechnology.com/harmonic-leadership). Everyone is a leader. Learn how to be the most effective type of leader.

Join our transformative leadership program desgined to empower ethical visionaries. Discover a proven five-step strategy to harness technology, inspire action, and lead the change towards a brighter future. Embark on your journey to impactful leadership today.

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The Founders on Power: 8 Essential Principles for a FREE Society

https://www.brighteon.com/7df32b6a-aa9a-4186-bccd-d6544063a36f

The Founders knew that freedom can ONLY exist when power is kept under strict limits. Anything else is arbitrary power - how they defined tyranny.Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: June 14, 2024

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The Founders on Power: 8 Essential Principles for a FREE Society

https://www.brighteon.com/7df32b6a-aa9a-4186-bccd-d6544063a36f

The Founders knew that freedom can ONLY exist when power is kept under strict limits. Anything else is arbitrary power - how they defined tyranny.Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: June 14, 2024

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The central bank is the engine that powers the largest government in history. And things won’t change until people are “generally and radically instructed” as to the cause and consequences.

Path to Liberty: February 21, 2024

Yes, there actually is an enforcement mechanism to keep the federal government within the bounds of the constitution. But it has nothing to do with trying to convince the feds to limit their own power.

Path to Liberty: February 12, 2024

Taxation without representation, standing armies, suspending legislatures, and so much more - these were all symptoms of a much greater, underlying issue - the British claim of power over the colonies “in all cases whatsoever.”

Path to Liberty: February 5, 2024

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The central bank is the engine that powers the largest government in history. And things won’t change until people are “generally and radically instructed” as to the cause and consequences.

Path to Liberty: February 21, 2024

Yes, there actually is an enforcement mechanism to keep the federal government within the bounds of the constitution. But it has nothing to do with trying to convince the feds to limit their own power.

Path to Liberty: February 12, 2024

Taxation without representation, standing armies, suspending legislatures, and so much more - these were all symptoms of a much greater, underlying issue - the British claim of power over the colonies “in all cases whatsoever.”

Path to Liberty: February 5, 2024

While most people think of the word “invasion” in one context only, the Founders also used it in a way that’s almost completely ignored today.

Path to Liberty: January 31, 2024

One of the most twisted and abused clauses of the Constitution - most people get it almost totally backwards.

Path to Liberty: January 29, 2024

Posts

06/20/2024

The Founding Fathers of the United States sought to establish a nation guided by divine principles of empathy, humility, grace, kindness and fairness for all people. They believed that by instituting these values as the bedrock of American society, the nation could foster a covenant relationship with the Creator rooted in mutual care, understanding and respect among all citizens.

As descendants of those who came to America's shores seeking freedom and opportunity, we are all called to be leaders in our own spheres of influence, no matter how big or small. A true leader is simply someone who positively impacts the lives of others. By approaching each interaction with empathy, striving to understand others' experiences and perspectives, we build bridges of connection.

When we lead with humility, acknowledging our own limitations and valuing the contributions of those around us, we create space for every person to bring their gifts to the table. Grace and kindness in our words and actions, even in the face of disagreement or adversity, have the power to defuse tension and find common ground. And by always striving for fairness, ensuring all people are treated with equal dignity regardless of background, we move society towards justice.

The Founding Fathers understood that a nation's strength lies in its people's commitment to higher ideals. The security and prosperity of the United States depends not on military might or economic power alone, but on each citizen's willingness to be a force for good, to shape their corner of the world through humble, compassionate leadership.

This is the quiet, unassuming leadership of example and influence to which we are all called. In our families, workplaces, communities and country, we each have a part to play in fulfilling this covenant - not a promise of perfection, but a commitment to embody empathy, kindness, humility, grace, and fairness. One interaction at a time, one person at a time, we can be the leaders our nation and world need, building a society of mutual understanding and care. This is how we honor the vision of the Founders and the sacred duty entrusted to us.

Join us in a FREE four-week Quiet Leadership online group. The class starts July 10, 2024 at 11 am eastern. Register here (https://www.readwritetechnology.com/harmonic-leadership). Everyone is a leader. Learn how to be the most effective type of leader.

Join our transformative leadership program desgined to empower ethical visionaries. Discover a proven five-step strategy to harness technology, inspire action, and lead the change towards a brighter future. Embark on your journey to impactful leadership today.

www.readwritetechnology.com

The Founders on Power: 8 Essential Principles for a FREE Society

https://www.brighteon.com/7df32b6a-aa9a-4186-bccd-d6544063a36f

The Founders knew that freedom can ONLY exist when power is kept under strict limits. Anything else is arbitrary power - how they defined tyranny.Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: June 14, 2024

www.brighteon.com

The Founders on Power: 8 Essential Principles for a FREE Society

https://www.brighteon.com/7df32b6a-aa9a-4186-bccd-d6544063a36f

The Founders knew that freedom can ONLY exist when power is kept under strict limits. Anything else is arbitrary power - how they defined tyranny.Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: June 14, 2024

www.brighteon.com

2nd Amendment: 8 Key Principles From the Founders Ignored Today

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They don’t teach this in government-run schools. In this episode, we explore 8 foundational principles from the founders about the right to keep and bear arms that are almost totally ignored today.Path to Liberty: June 12, 2024

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End the Fed from the Bottom Up: The Founders' Plan You can Use Now


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The federal reserve is never going to end itself. And congress is not going to shut off its own private money printer. So it’s up to the people and the states - as the founders advised - to get the job done in support of the Constitution and libertyPath to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: June 7, 2024

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