Today, as we pause and reflect, Marile, the kids and I commemorate the courage and spirit of adventure of the great explorer Christopher Columbus and we join our fellow Americans in praying for all indigenous peoples of the world. We also pray for all who minister, care and serve indigenous peoples. Accordingly, we share with you the …
Today, September 24th, we celebrate National Voter Registration Day! Established in 2012, this national holiday creates a common consciousness among ALL Americans of the importance of voting. Fittingly, today we honor our right and duty we must diligently exercise in order to be good citizens of this great nation.
The Labor Day weekend marks the end of the summer, peek of hurricane season (as we prepare for Hurricane Dorian) and the celebration of the American worker — their strength, ingenuity and work ethics.
Marile, our kids and I reflected on how traditional work has been redefined over the years with the advances in technology and its impact on the global economy and society as a whole.
As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our great Nation, we reflect on the extraordinary blessings bestowed on us all — liberty, opportunity, and freedom from oppression.
Today, our family remembers how America stood as a beacon of freedom, hope and opportunity — when our birthplace of Cuba had become a place of fear, tyranny and oppression under a cruel and brutal dictatorship.