Sitting here contemplating what it’s meant to me over the years and what changed throughout the course of many years and what it means to me today. It wasn’t too long ago that I felt that I wasn’t sure where to begin with expressing how I felt about freedom nor things in life in general. It came down to what I’d be willing to do to maintain freedom and how simple yet complex it could be all at once.
Could I define it in simple pleasures or acts of kindness. Maybe exercising my God given abilities. Perhaps being creative. Maybe in maintaining the fact that I’m able to do these things in honor of the men and women who served our country, my family and friends who are part of or have been part of our armed forces, who protect and help grant us these liberties.
Freedom to appreciate them and understand the cost and sacrifice. So, I am able to design and build and ride without being told no because my rights have been fought for by these brave individuals.
So I ride, because I want to. I ride because I can. God Bless Freedom. God Bless America.
Thank you for serving. Happy 4TH of July!