This Land Is Our Land

President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

Democracy won today. The United States of America has stepped away from the edge of the authoritarian abyss, and countless hearts—and the planet itself—are sighing with relief. Yes, so much damage to repair, and immense challenges ahead, and the work will not be easy. But let us embrace and enjoy this day’s levity of spirit, and breathe in the winds of joy.

2 thoughts on “This Land Is Our Land

  1. I don’t know why I should be crying at the result of another country’s election but I am…..you did it guy’s so proud of you. Now you have to bring it home, with much love and prayers Jim and Karen, Neil

    • Neil, it’s been over a week since you wrote your comment, and the U.S. remains in this strange limbo of presidential tantrum and Republican denial, refusing to cooperate in the transition. It would be laughable if it didn’t mean so much more COVID illness and death while we drift helplessly until January. Keep praying.

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