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SATURDAY

The last day of the week. The word comes from the Anglo-Saxon Saeterdaeg. It is named after the Roman god Saturn; the god of fertility and planting. It is the only day named solely for a Roman god.

 

HUMAN LIFE

The most precious of all known creations. Each individual should be treated with dignity, respect and fairness. The uniqueness of human life requires that where more than one individual is involved that each is given equal opportunity to grow to potential within the resources of the group. The growth to potential is fostered in an environment which recognizes each individual's responsibility to work hard and do their best and each individuals right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness while balancing this with the need to still provide for the common good of the group.

 

MOTHER NATURE

The wondrous universal system of finite creations of the resources of energy, animate matter and inanimate matter. The relationship between these resources should be preserved in harmony with governing physical processes and the resources should be conserved to the maximum extent possible.

 

WHITE

The sum of all of the colors of light: symbol of light, purity, joy and glory; signifies faith and purity.

Evening Glow - Christmas Cottage X from Thomas Kinkade
Pierside Gallery
Thomas Kinkade

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Freedom 
1.History

2.Flag
3.Declaration
4.Constitution
5.Bill of Rights
6.American Eagle

7.Ceremonies


Family
1.Weddings
2.Anniversaries
3.Family Ritual
4.Window Candle
5.Children 
6.Yellow Ribbon

American Culture
1.Holidays
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3.Entrepreneurship
4.Leadership
5.Know-How
6.Competition
7.Cost of Living

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