Best 17 of Independence day quotes - MyQuotes
Ana Claudia Antunes
In peace we play and freedom ring, Now let us enjoy a mantra to sing, Down here we know that today Elated it's a really sunny day, Play: It's Independence Day! Ensure you celebrate with joyful thought Never forget that for freedom we fought Dance and sing we never forgot Erase all doubts of what we got. Now it's time to celebrate, Chant hymns and vibrate! Expectations must be met. Don't give up and don't forget. As sometimes it's the only way Yield for freedom, learn to play.
Independence means responsibility, not recklessness.
To celebrate the Fourth of July meant something definite in those days.
Independence without responsibility is barbarism.
Reluctant hero, drafted again each Fourth of July, I'll bow and remember you. Who shall we follow next? Who shall we kill next time?
Liberate yourself from misery, illusion, fear, and suffering and have blissfullness within yourself that is the real independency, happy independence day to all.
Let freedom ring / let the white dove sing / let the whole world know that today is a day of reckoning. As epigraph to Part III, quoting lyrics, Gretchen Peters, "Independence Day
If we don't take responsibility of what happens to our society, then no amount of Independence can improve human condition.
Americans who do not celebrate Independence Day: pets.
William H. Gass
it strikes me that the spirit of the Fourth, this year, was used up by September's end and fell like an early leaf.
Ten pojeb chce, żeby każdy dzień był Bożym Narodzeniem, ale ja mu, kurwa, urządzę Dzień Niepodległości.
Today, we'll celebrate Independence Day using the backdrop of the sky as a canvas, the fireworks thrown against it bearing semblance to the drips from the hands of Jackson Pollock but we'll forget that here, in America there are still some who are not free.
From every mountain side, Let freedom ring.
Independence means.. enjoying freedom and empowering others too to let them do so.
There is nothing more American than buying a Japanese car on the 4th of July
Patriotism is a thing difficult to put into words. It is neither precisely an emotion nor an opinion, nor a mandate, but a state of mind -- a reflection of our own personal sense of worth, and respect for our roots. Love of country plays a part, but it's not merely love. Neither is it pride, although pride too is one of the ingredients. Patriotism is a commitment to what is best inside us all. And it's a recognition of that wondrous common essence in our greater surroundings -- our school, team, city, state, our immediate society -- often ultimately delineated by our ethnic roots and borders... but not always. Indeed, these border lines are so fluid... And we do not pay allegiance as much as we resonate with a shared spirit. We all feel an undeniable bond with the land where we were born. And yet, if we leave it for another, we grow to feel a similar bond, often of a more complex nature. Both are forms of patriotism -- the first, involuntary, by birth, the second by choice. Neither is less worthy than the other. But one is earned.
Liberty is a constant battle between government; who would limit it, people; who would concede it, and patriots; who would defend it.