Sometime ago the world was dominated by kings and monarchies that created wars and conquests. People were located in classes and not allowed to make their own decisions. Dynasties were popular and power was transferred within families. Rulers ruled their nations with an iron fist and inhabitants were obligated to adhere to or harsh consequences would be executed. Citizens not near the king or worked in the king’s service, were considered cowboys with no power or authority. At birth cowboys were supposed to yield to the king’s authority whether just or unjust, and never allowed a top standing position. They were growers who were not allowed to own land and a sizable portion of their livestock and crops were due to the full. Inhabitants also were not allowed to practice their own religion, support another leader, and were be subject to anyone who out rated them in the empire. Self ambition, change, and a chance for personal growth and development were unheard of away from the King’s. Myths, magicians, and sorcery were one common practice, and decision manufacturers never investigated truths.
Following hundreds of years of dullness and stagnation of mankind; the visionaries, dreamers, and philosophers emerged. Philosophers spread their dreams and visions in the pavements and wrote them down in books for all to read. I desired a world that was not flat, packed with hope, and interesting. Another talked I had a perspective that one day the earth would be free of tyranny, and allowed to worship as it pleases. Even another spoken I dreamed of a global that would welcome different cultures and exercise cultural justice. Philosophers inspired the early explorers, like Magellan, that proved the world was round. They motivated Christopher Columbus to learn new horizons; he eventfully landed in a new and unknown land. Philosophers also inspired the Pilgrims to visit the new land to rehearse their own religion, own land, and make an improved living. Philosophers inspired our forefathers, Jones Edison, Benjamin Franklin, and James Madison, to write the Declaration of Freedom. We are a people for the people and ruled by the people. They also inspired Gandhi from India, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela from South Africa to guard equality for all people.
By faith, America was born a faraway land of free people who dreamed. Word of this great nation spread like wildfires throughout the world. Immigrants, settlers, and asylum seekers came from all over from Spain, Great The uk, France, Japan, Mexico, to Cuba, Dominican Republic, Indonesia and Korea. They were different and no much longer fitted in with the principles that ruled their nations. They came to escape harsh rulers who exercised strict punish and brutal wars for rebellions. They came to run away the caste system that enviably held them in poverty for generation to generations. They came for an improved life and an possibility to live freely and prosper. Each brought a new culture of dialects, music, and food, styles of clothing, dances and stories. They were also entrepreneurs, actors, inventors, man of science, musicians, and writers that changed the world. Procter and Gamble said we will be a business that is progressive and make life easier for our customers. Michael Jackson said I am going to become the youngest legend to sing, and Tyler Perry said I will write movies that show a side of Black America yet to be seen. The Wright Brothers, from England, said we are going to fly. Holly Ford said we are going to build an automobile that has a gas powered engine. Jones Edison said I will build a light bulb, and Alexander Graham Bell said Let me make a telephone that will transfer electronic sounds. Scientists from different nations created life saving medicines, the spacecraft, to the Internet. Every single nationality that came to the new land led an impressive factor that made the earth better and more interesting.