WHO AM I? WHERE DO I BELONG?

THE CITIZENSHIP OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN ON EARTH

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

On September 17, 2019, I celebrate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day reflecting upon the words shared by Apostle Paul in his Second Letter to the Ephesians.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, as the nation celebrates Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, I have no reason to feel unloved, unimportant, or insecure for I remember to whom and to which Kingdom I belong.

Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

September 17, 2019

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is a single celebration that commemorates the formation and signing of the US Constitution while also recognizing both naturalized citizens and those born in the US. It’s a day to learn about these subjects, as well as a day many people become naturalized citizens in group ceremonies. (On average, about 700,000 people become US citizens every year.) To celebrate, we’re looking at an unusual close-up of the Statue of Liberty, a welcoming sight to immigrants and a symbol of freedom since 1886. The statue’s tablet has the date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) inscribed in Roman numerals: JULY IV MDCCLXXVI.

So why is today both Constitution Day and Citizenship Day? The reason is rooted in the World War II era. In 1940, Congress created I Am an American Day, a demonstration of US patriotism. Twelve years later, President Harry Truman signed into law Citizenship Day, which replaced I Am an American Day and moved the observance to September 17, the day the Constitution was signed in 1787. Eventually, in 2004 the day was designated as the mash-up of observances we have today—the jointly celebrated Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.

The Citizenship of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. The celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.


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