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The Sea Turns Red…

Our colors bleed red for a reason.  Therefore this flag we wave and pledge allegiance to with our hand over our heart is not to be taken lightly or in jest. 

America’s best have given their ultimate sacrifice; their very lives for this sacred honor to preserve our freedoms in the face of tyranny and to secure our rightful place in Universal destiny. 

Blood poured out so we may all live…

Without the price paid; precious blood poured out on foreign soil, crucified by haters of liberty.  

Hence our freedom to choose life over death, freewill over oppression, and tolerance over hate should always be held to a higher standard as America’s flag which we raise up high.  

Freedom is not Free…

We are not the world’s doormat so please don’t trample, burn, curse, nor piss on the sacred ground or lay our flag down in surrender or disgrace.  Too much blood of many young leaders (the best of all humanity) was spilled in the fight for our rights to live free and on which we proudly salute the red, white, and blue under the blood red sky as our eagle soars into the next incoming storm…America stands at attention greater than ever and ready to protect our freedoms and pursuit of life, liberty, and faith in our greater global community once again. 

© DIVE Publishing 2017

“Our color bleeds red for a reason.  The sacred chalice of our blood sacrifice.” 

Thank you with the highest honor to all who have served and continue to serve our great country; both here and abroad. 

In memorandum to my father, Melvin Adam whom served honorably in the Korean War.



As a proud graduate of California State University, Chico with an earned BA degree in International Relations, Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, and a past study abroad participant at the University of Tuebingen, education has always been up front and center in both our family and my professional career. My blogging project is an eclectic work in progress and intended to increase global awareness through selections and stories of my studies and travels. As future global citizens we can seek first to understand one another through word pictures and engage our collective creative intellects to change our community; one blog at a time.

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