By Mike Ellis
On this 8th day of November, 2016, the United States stands poised to select the next president of this country. We stand at a crossroads, one between selecting a person that many believe to be a criminal, or selecting a person that many believe is a racist, sexist individual that will lead this country into greater despair.
My friends, I do not know which person will be the better president, and at this point I can only guess at who will win the election. However, I started thinking about that incredible attraction in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, the Hall of Presidents, and that gave me pause. Ponder with me for a few moments on three key things that I’ve realized about this great country of ours.
This is not the first time our country has faced fear and uncertainty.
Believe it or not, but our country has been more divided before — the Civil War is proof of that division.
The president that adheres to these words from the Hall of Presidents production will be a great leader:
“Our hopes should be their hopes, our fears should be their fears.”
In this time of fear, uncertainty, and the unknown, take …read more