When I was a little boy at Woodhill Elementary School here in Gastonia, we started each day of class with these familiar words, "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." The strength of our Nation can be found in the beauty of this pledge.
Many years ago I had a buddy who bought a new house. He and his wife were so excited! The house looked great. The price was right. Nothing could be better, or so they thought. Within nine months, however, their excitement turned to anger because their house started to have serious foundation problems. When the foundation of your house starts to shift and fail, every other part of the house begins to fall about too! It will cause that house to crumble!
I love to laugh! I consider it a great day if I laugh, cry, and get my emotions moved! God gave us these emotions! Whether you giggle, tee-hee, or gut wrenching laugh-Laughter is one language we all speak!. You don’t have to learn to laugh either. It’s a skill you’re born with. Babies start to laugh when they’re only about three months old.