Monday, July 4, 2011

Freedom

After chatting with one of my friends, in country adopting her little girl about what its really like over their in the orphanages I felt lead to write a blog post about Freedom & what it truely means for us.
What is Freedom? here are the definitions:
1-he state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint:He won his freedom after a retrial.
2-exemption from external control, interference, regulation, etc.
3-the power to determine action without restraint.
235 yrs ago (i think?) we got our freedom & continue to fight for it everyday. In certain countries right now kids face hunger, starvation, & other bad things some too harsh to even want to write about. Although America has made great progress about our freedom, these kids don't have that. Its so hard to put how urgent & desperately RR kids need families. will you help fight for their freedom? Even if your not in a postion to adopt or contribute to their grant Prayer is such a powerful thing too! Please pray for all these kids!

4 comments:

Jane@flightplatformliving said...

Hi from francines warrior! just had to say I love what you are doing for the reeces rainbow angels who also have my own heart captured! i am trying to contact all warriors to let you know about a weekly friday linkup/bloghop i am running at my blog, flight platform living over at textgeorge.blogspot.com Its a linkup to profile all the waiting kiddies and find families for them, every week i will add a gallery of faces for anybody entering...so please stop by and get that beautiful angels face out there for their mummy to find them! you will find details on how to take part on my post 'rethink, rulechange and really excited' thanks so much. jane xxx if you could spread the word to other warriors you know that would be fab as well xxxx

Leah said...

thanks Jane!

Jane@flightplatformliving said...

no probs, i have replied to your question on my blog homey. let me know if its still not clear! hope to see you friday xxxx

Leah said...

thanks!