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Time has changed.

Realities have changed.

I have changed very little.

If I am remembering right, I am 2 billion years old come May 18 2019.

That is correct.

You say that is impossible.

I say to you, you would be right.

In yet I can read.

I can see the changes

evil is more or less here to stay.

I am sad to see it that way.

I was born on an earth above the rim of an unknown black hole at a center of a much larger Milky way galaxy.

The diameter was 377,000 light-years across.

We had no idea what was at the center of the galaxy.

Sure hypothesis but not a theory because one we could not see it, and two no one had been there.

After May 18, 2016, I have been going backwards in time a long time.

It is called spirit travel from technology similar to what is used in a closed time curved loop.

I would say I was nuts in yet I watch a mountain move every day so you decide.

To be an American.

To be or to become an American, a person did not have to be any particular national, learning languages, religious, or ethnic background. All he had to do was to commit himself to the political ideology centered on the abstract ideals of liberty, equality, and republicanism. Thus the universalis ideological character of American nationality meant that it was open to anyone who willed to become an American.” To be an American one must act as an American. They must pay taxes, vote in elections, and serve their country, whether at home or abroad. They must be accepting of all religions, ethnic and personal morals.

First, an American has the right to speak their mind, which is freedom of speech. This freedom helps us serve our country. An American stands up for what is right and just. As Ghandi said "A "no" uttered from the deepest conviction is better and greater than a "yes" uttered to please, or what is worse, to avoid trouble." Expressing your opinion is a big part of being an American. And the next gentlemen to support these facts are Orwell, “peace, freedom, and security. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed.”

"It also means that we have the opportunity to overcome our challenges by coming together and finding solutions that many people can't do in other countries, but the freedom to come together and worship God, a believer with believer and communities with communities, is one great thing to be proud of." Unlike most other nations on Earth, the American nation is not strictly defined in terms of race or ethnicity or ancestry or religion. George Washington may be the Father of Our, but there have been in the past, and are today, many millions of patriotic, hardworking, upstanding Americans who are not Caucasian, or Christian, or of Western European ancestry. Yet they are undeniably as American as you or I. What distinguishes the United States from other nations, and what unites the disparate peoples, who make up our country, are our unique political, economic, and social values, beliefs, and institutions. Not race, or religion, or ancestry. To take the motto of the Great Seal of the United States, E pluribus quantum– “From many, one”–in this context suggests not that many should be melted down into one, as in Israel Zangwill’s image of the melting pot, but that, as the Great Seal’s sheaf of arrows suggests, there should be a coexistence of many- in-one under a united citizenship based on shared ideals.

Of course, the story is not so simple, as Gleason himself went on to note. America’s history of racial and ethnic exclusions has undercut the universal stance; for being an American has also meant sharing a national culture, one largely diverse in national, racial, and religious terms. Americans can have more than one language

second, whether described as a "proposition nation" or a "creedal nation" or simply just "an idea," the United States of America is defined by our way of life. This way of life is rooted in the ideals proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence; in the system of individual liberty and limited government established by the Constitution; in our traditions of self-reliance, own responsibility, and entrepreneurs; in our emphasis on private property, freedom of contract, and merit-based achievement; in our respect for the rule of law; and in our commitment to affording equal justice to all. Nevertheless, democratic activity involves not just voting, but also deliberation, then people must make an effort to listen to and understand one another. Moreover, they must be willing to moderate their claims in the hope of ending common ground on which to base political decisions. Individuals pursuing their own interests cannot realize such democratic activity; it requires some concern for the joint good. A sense of solidarity can help foster mutual sympathy and respect, which in turn support citizens’ orientation toward the common good. Perhaps above all, it is marked by our abiding belief that, as Americans, we have been called to a higher duty in human history. We are the "city on a hill." We are "the last, best hope of earth."

In conclusion, the definition of an American is of or relating to the United States of American or its people, language, or culture. However, an American is really someone who cherishes their freedom of speech, freedom to fight for their country, and freedom from slavery. An American has the right to speak their mind, which is freedom of speech. An American is someone who values their freedom of speech, freedom to fight for their country, and freedom from slavery.