Independence Day Readings

I’ve gotten into the habit of re-reading the Declaration of Independence on July 4. I have thoughts about that today on Between Lawyers.
I’m not sure why I’ve begun to do this. In one sense, I assume that I do so because I think that it still speaks to me or, at least, that I think that it should still be speaking to me. In another sense, I’m interested in its vitality and the nergy that lives in the words. Lately, I’m fascinated by the act of courage that it embodies and the way that it shows that there are times and places where the course of events makes it imperative that you do things your own way.
Recommended reading if you have a few free moments today. Or, like me, you might decided to make the time and take a few minutes out of your day to read it. Think about it.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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