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Some months ago when I published my sincere and heartfelt memoir for President Obama, whiles endorsing the phenomenal Mrs. Clinton, I emphasized how America should be out rightly proud of the person in the next president of the united states: the first female president, after the first black and successful president, indeed America is a land of opportunity where hard work pays handsomely. If you have been paying attention, you must be aware that she is the only person who has had the worst republican harassment besides President Obama. Recently, I watched Sheryl Sandberg deliver her commencement speech address and they are words she said that would best describe what Hillary Clinton has traversed and how it has put her at the epitome of her political career: “in the face of the void, you can choose joy and meaning. You are not born with a fixed amount of resilience—like a muscle, you can build it up, draw on it when you need it.In that process, you will figure out who you really are—and you just might become the best version of yourself”. I must say that her resilience will always scream aloud the life-blood link it has and how America launched a lady to the white house.

In the letter I wrote to President Obama on Presidents’ day, I emphatically said that Hillary Clinton’s maturity is one I still long for in so many leaders of the contemporary world—how she easily united her camp with senator Obama’s after her loss in the 2008 Democratic nomination. A paraphrase of Jesus’ seventh beatitude: “You are blessed when you show people how to cooperate instead of how to compete or fight.Thats when you discover who you really are, and your place in God’s family”.Certainly,yes,I am sure Jesus knew of the times like now when he said these forever meaningful words. In the first endorsement I wrote for Hillary Clinton, at the beginning, I begun with I quote from HARD CHOICES that I have been in love with for a while now: “Do all the good you can, at all the times you can, as long as you can”. At this point, I want to call the Bernie camp to unite with the Hillary Camp and together look forward to the bigger picture of a united America.God bless America and the whole world-Grace Abaho Sr,INDEPENDENT BLOGGER.


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