Abe Lincoln on Freedom is the Socially Sparked Quote of the Week June 14 through June 20. President Abraham Lincoln forever stands as a symbol of freedom, defending and preserving our nation’s liberties to the core . Although he could not foresee our present national peril and global pandemic, his words and belief in defending and preserving our country’s liberties are as relative today as they were during his lifetime. “The struggle of today, is not altogether for today — it is for a vast future also,” Abraham Lincoln, 1861.
“Those who deny freedom for others, deserve it not for themselves,” — Abraham Lincoln, April 6, 1859 Letter to Henry Pierce
Abraham Lincoln’s words stand the test of time, especially when it comes to defending freedom and the emancipation of slavery. The man and his words are the essence of “Socially Sparked®”. We sign off with another quote by ‘Honest Abe’ from his October 16, 1854 speech at Peoria. We are forever #SociallySparked. Tweet us @sosparkednews & @asparks01
“Let all lovers of liberty everywhere — join in the great and good work…that the succeeding millions of free happy people, the world over, shall rise up, and call us blessed, to the latest generations.”