The Purpose of WarWritten by Louise Sutherland
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salvation to so many individuals. One problem that most people have is thatif they don't true purpose of a thing they will abuse it and I believe that is what is happening to our beliefs in war. At one point it was an honor to serve your country and you were respected and rewarded for doing so. My have times changed. Many of our service men and women enlist for wrong reasons not for true purpose but for self purpose. The civilians at home have no idea what purpose for war is because they can't see beyond death. Death is something that we all must face one day and it really does not matter how we reach it because it is inevitable. The conclusion to this all is that it really does not matter what purpose for war is because war will continue as long as we live and breath in this present world and only peace that we will ever know is when we leave and enter next one.
My name is Louise Sutherland. I am a 46-year-old freelance writer who love to read children's books. I am now working on getting my first children's book published. My love for writing started as a young child when I would write pretend stories to read to my friends. I have been married to a wonderful man for four years and I have three beautiful daughters ages 30. 26, and 19. My goal in life is to write uplifting and postive literature for people who enjoy reading.
The Politics of FreedomWritten by Kathy Simcox
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war on terror not because I am a Republican or a conservative bigot, but because I am an American who holds value of freedom very near my heart; because I am an American who wants to live within protective walls of that freedom for as long as I can, very same protective walls so many young people have sacrificed their lives to keep standing; and because I want so very much for rest of world to know how wonderful that freedom feels and peace that freedom brings.
I support our President not because of any hidden agenda or foolish conspiracy, but because he is an American like me who despises enemy of freedom and enemy of his faith; because he despises enemy of ALL faiths, including that of true Islam; and because he despises enemy of humanity. I am a free American, and I believe in all who fight for that freedom.
About the Author Kathy Simcox, Columbus, Ohio, United States firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy works as an Administrative Assistant in the College of the Arts at The Ohio State University. She holds a BA in Psychology and is currently working on a second BA in Religious Studies. In addition to writing, her passions include hiking, biking, kayaking, photography, and singing in her church choir. She is also known to read an occasional book.