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100 quotes by Mark Twain that you need to read

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Mark Twain, aka Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Florida, November 30, 1835 - Redding, April 21, 1910), was an American writer, humorist, aphorist, and professor of some of the most famous masterpieces of nineteenth-century American literature called The Adventures. Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn have entered the collective imagination and have had numerous television and film transpositions.


He is considered one of the essential American stars of his day: William Faulkner wrote that he was "the first truly American writer."


Mark Twain quotes


Twain had to work from an early age as an orphaned father and began his career as a journalist and then as a humorous storyteller, eventually becoming troubled after some personal events (such as the death of a brother and his wife). So, two of his three adult daughters and his dear friend Henry Rogers, who happened almost during the writer's difficult old age), a severe and irreverent chronicler of vanities, take a look at all the hypocrisy and human cruelty, as well as a critic of religions, with a background of ironic pessimism and misanthropy.


In the middle of his career, together with Huckleberry Finn, he combined fine humor, solid fiction, and social criticism at a level unmatched in the vast medium of American literature.



1. A man cannot feel good if he is not in harmony with himself.


2. The right word can be effective, but no word has ever been as effective as a break at the right time.


3. Climate is what we expect. The weather is what we get.


4. You can't let your eyes down if your imagination doesn't focus well.


5. It is better to keep quiet and let others think you are a fool than to speak up and dispel any doubts.


6. If in doubt, tell the truth.


7. An Englishman is the person who does things because they have been done before, while the American does them so that no one has done them before.


8. When you realize you are on the side of the majority, it is time for reform.


9. Dance as if no one sees you; love as if you were never hurt; sing as if no one could hear you; live as if you were the only man on earth.


10. I went through terrible moments in my life. Some of them even happened.



Samuel Clemens was born in Florida and raised in Hannibal, Missouri, the son of Jane (born Lampton, 1803-1890), a native of Kentucky, and John Marshall Clemens (1798-1847), a Virginia by birth. His parents met when his father moved to Missouri and married a few years later in 1823. He was the sixth of seven children, but only three of them survived as children: his brother Orion (1825-1897). Henry (1838-1858) died in a boat explosion with Twain and Pamela (1827-1904).


His sister Margaret (1833-1839) died at three, and his brother Benjamin (1832-1842) died three years later. Another brother, Pleasant (1828-1829), died at the age of six months. Twain was born two weeks after Halley's closest comet to Earth, a fact he will often remember. When he was four years old, his family moved to Hannibal, a port city on the Mississippi River, which inspired him with Tom Sawyer and the fictional town of Huckleberry Finn, St. Petersburg.


Missouri was a slave state, and young Twain was familiar with the institution of slavery, a subject he would later explore in his writing. Twain's father, John, practiced as a lawyer and judge. In 1847, when Twain was 11 years old, his father died of pneumonia. The following year, Samuel became an apprentice in a printing press. In 1851 he began working as a printer and contributing humorous articles for the Hannibal Journal, a newspaper founded by his brother Orion. At 18, he left Hannibal to work in New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, and Cincinnati.



11. It's easier not to get involved than to get out of the game.


12. Each is a moon with a dark side, which no one shows.


13. The New Year is an innocent annual event, with no apparent benefit to anyone, except to be a reason for the promiscuous fun, friendly appellation, and free promises.


14. In Paris, everyone looked at me strangely when I spoke to them in French. I never managed to get those bastards to understand their language.


15. Journalists - people who think about the profession they should have learned all their lives.


16. If people learned to walk and speak as they were taught to read and write, everyone would be lame and stuttered.


17. I am opposed to the position of millionaires, but it would be dangerous to be offered that position.


18. Honesty is the best policy when it brings you financial gain.


19. You can't rely on your eyes when your imagination goes crazy.


20. A man with a new idea is eccentric until his concept succeeds.


21. Plan your future carefully, because you will spend the rest of your life there.



Twain's most significant contribution to American literature is often considered the picaresque novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884), followed by The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, a children's book. Ernest Hemingway said: “All modern American literature comes from a book by Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn. (...) All American writings derive from this. There was nothing before. Nothing so good has ever been so far. "Famous are the fictional historian The Prince and the Poor, an American in King Arthur's court (humorous science fiction example), and the natural, autobiographical Life of Mississippi. Twain was a master in translating everyday conversation, creating and disseminating specific American literature, and constructing American themes and expressive languages. Twain was also famous for his aphorisms; one of his typical paradoxes reads: "If your grandfather had no children and your father none, it is pretty unlikely that you will have one. "



22. What are the appropriate proportions of a maxim? A minimum of sounds for maximum meaning.


23. All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; success is sure.


24. He who does not read good books is not superior to him who cannot read them.


25. There are two types of people: those who do things and those who claim to do something.


26. The human species has an effective weapon: it is laughter.


27. Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with higher education.


28. We have a legal system that is superior to any such system in the world; its effectiveness is tested only by the difficulty of finding twelve people every day who know nothing and cannot read.


29. Be very careful when reading health books. You could die from a typo.


30. Forgiveness is the scent of violet leaves on the heel that crushed it.


31. I learned a lot of things, so now I have a solid culture. But at first, I didn't have one. At first,t I was ignorant. I felt humiliated because I could never be on stage when the water was flowing, even though I was just eyes and ears. But now I don't care. I did a lot of experiments until I found out that the water only flows upwards in the dark. It's floating in the night. I know this because the pond never empties. And I put my hand in the fire because it would be empty if the water didn't come back at night. It is best to prove things through live experiences. Then you know, from here on out! As long as you depend on suspicions, assumptions, and assumptions, you will never become a man of culture.



32. I have never exercised except for sleep and relaxation.


33. It takes your enemy and your friend together to break your heart: first, to slander you, second, to come and tell you.


34. Man is more complex than a prejudice!


35. The descendants of the rich: pride, vanity, ostentation, arrogance, tyranny.


36. We can defend ourselves against temptations but are too cowardly to do so.


37. Live, love your heart, and smell the flowers.


38. Wrinkles should only show where the smiles were.


39. There is no time; life is so short for quarrels, apologies, jealousy, repro, and aches. It's just time for love and only a moment for her.


40. This new creature with long hair is confusing to me. He always walks me around and follows me. I wouldn't say I like it because I'm not used to society. It was better to stay with the other animals… Today is cloudy weather; the wind is blowing from the east. I think the rain will come on us… "We?" Where else did he get that word? Ah, I remember: the new creature always says so.



41. When you seek to fish for love, set your heart as your bait, not your brain.


42. I vehemently disapprove of duels. If a man provoked me, I would carefully take him by the arm, lead him to a quiet place, and kill him there.


43. Through trials, we can learn to endure adversity. Of other people, obviously.


44. The bed is the most dangerous place in the world: 99% of people die in it.


45. When a teacher calls a student by his full name, that means trouble.


46. ​​There are many ways to resist temptation, but cowardice is safest.


47. If our vote could change anything, no one would let us vote.


48. And The turkey is consideredeacock, but no one cares.


49. When even the brightest mind of our world has been drawn from childhood into a superstition of every kind, that mind will never be able, in adulthood, to examine honestly, without passion, and conscientiously, any evidence. Or a circumstance that would seem to question the validity of that superstition. I doubt I could do it myself.


50. I have higher standards and principles than George Washington. He couldn't lie. I can, but I don't want to.



51. Don't think I'm angry that I swear. I swear all day without being a little sore.


52. Truth is stranger than fiction.


53. Good things come to those who wait for them and do not die in the meantime.


54. Seek love with the heart, not with the head.


55. Religion consists of a set of things in which the commoner has the impression that he believes and of which he would like to be sure.


56. Etiquette demands our admiration for the human race.


57. The fear of life causes the fear of death. A man who lives to the fullest is ready to die anytime.


58. Censorship means telling a man that he can't get a steak just because a baby can't chew it.


59. Consumed in moderation, water cannot hurt!


60. I would like to understand me on the moon ?! Not because I get rid of people, How much… water.


61. Pessimism is just the name that bold people give to wisdom.



62. There is nothing sadder than a young pessimist.


63. I don't give a damn about a man who can say a word in one direction.


64. With a human memory, amazing things can be done if you direct it to a single field of activity.


65. I like criticism, but let it be my way.


66. Do something you don't want to do every day; it's the golden rule if you want to get used to doing your duty without suffering.


67. Time heals wounds, but he's a miserable beautician.


68. People are an eternal problem!


69. I wouldn't say I like to dedicate myself to heaven or hell; I have friends in both locations.


70. The older we get, the greater the astonishment when we see how much ignorance dwells in us without tearing our clothes.


71. I did not attend the funeral but sent them a letter stating that I agreed with her.



72. Animals are best friends. They do not ask questions or criticize.


73. The citizen who considers that the political clothes of his community have worn out and yet keeps silent and does not agitate to give him a new garment - an unfaithful citizen, a traitor.


74. Prosperity is the best defender of principles.


75. Although I have 40 years of experience in the human potluck and vanity field, I have not seen anything resembling the insensibility and self-admiration of this vulgar bastard and incomparable ignorance.


76. Life is straightforward if we think we are all crazy.


77. April 1 is the day that reminds us of how we are in the other 364 days of the year.


78. Do not part with illusions. If they disappear, you will continue to exist but cease to live.


79. The parliamentarian is only an ordinary criminal who makes laws while not in prison for any common law crime.


80. The radical of one period is the conservative of the next. The extreme comes with new visions. Once they fade into importance, the Conservative adopts them.



81. February is the most dangerous month for stock market speculation. The others are January, March, May, July, August, December, October, November, April, June, and September.


82. The journey is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, so many of our people, are in great need of it. Broad, generous, charitable visions of people and things cannot be obtained by vegetating in a small corner of the earth all one's life.


83. Mental and intelligent people are just like any other human being. They carefully and courteously hide their private opinions from others, giving the world only fictitious things.


84. Kings and kingdoms were as numerous in Britain as they had been in Palestine in the days of Joshua when people were forced to sleep with their knees in their mouths because they could not lie down without a passport.


85. There are three things a woman can do out of nothing: a hat, a salad, and a quarrel between husbands.


86. Most people are annoyed by those passages in Scripture that they don't understand, but the courses that bother me are the ones I know.


87. You can be careless with your clothes if that's what you want, but be careful with your soul.


88. The secret to success is to make your vacation.



89. The constitution protects the right to stupidity. This is a guarantee of the free development of the personality.


90. I'm tired of the country where you can't find a crane!


91. I am a sublime naive. Consequently, they are the work of the Lord, and all His creations must be treated with respect.


92. You may experience pain alone but must share the joy of knowing it to the fullest with someone.


93. Prejudice always distorts people's thoughts, feelings, and opinions.


94. Small people have a habit of discouraging you, but big people know how to make you feel that you can too.


95. Fiction must remain within the scope of possibilities. But the truth is not.


96. Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities.


97. Get the facts first; then, you can deform them as you wish.


98. Good friends, good books, and a sleeping conscience: this is the ideal life.


99. Sadness can handle itself, but to be itself, joy needs to be shared with someone.


100. Honesty is the best policy; when it comes to money.



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Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day and Emancipation Day, commemorates June 19, 1865, marking the end of slavery in the United States.

 

Juneteenth is the portmanteau of June and the nineteenth. The day is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States and is celebrated on June 19. It is also known as Emancipation Day or Independence Day in Juneteenth.

 

On January 1, 1863, then-President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation declaring that all persons held as enslaved people in rebellious states would be released. More than 2.5 years after Lincoln's proclamation, many enslavers continued to hold their slaves captive by hiding this information from them and keeping them slaves for another harvest season, according to the Congressional Research Service. 

 

But first, let’s remember some details about July 4th to move on to Junetheen.

 

What do Americans celebrate on July 4th?

July 4, 1776, also known as Independence Day, marks the anniversary of the Second Continental Congress at which the Declaration of Independence was adopted.

 

The congress, made up of delegates from the original 13 colonies in the United States, unanimously approved the document declaring independence from Britain.

 

The Continental Congress did not vote for independence until July 4. Twelve of the 13 colonies passed a resolution calling for freedom on July 2, 1776.

 

Many original signatories did not put their names on the Declaration of Independence until August 2, 1776.

 

The first celebrations of Independence Day

Some Americans began celebrating July 4, the year following the signing of the Declaration of Independence. In a letter to his daughter, former President John Adams wrote that July 4, 1777, was celebrated in Philadelphia "with a celebration and ceremony appropriate to the occasion," according to the Library of Congress, USA Today reports.

 

But July 4 became widely celebrated by Americans after the war of 1812. Independence Day became the most crucial non-religious holiday for many Americans until the 1870s. Congress passed a law that turned Independence Day into a federal holiday on June 28, 1870.

 

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

 

Jefferson and four other members of the Second Continental Congress, including John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert Livingston, formed a committee in 1776 to draft a declaration, which would later go through dozens of amendments before being signed by 56 men.

 

But Jefferson is credited with writing the document we know today, which calls for "inalienable rights," including "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."

 

However, the famous words of the declaration did not apply to all those in the thirteen colonies, such as enslaved people, indigenous peoples, and other groups.

 

Why are fireworks such an essential part of the holiday?

At the first celebration of the 4th of July in Philadelphia in 1777, the Americans fired their cannon 13 times in honor of the original 13 colonies. Thirteen fireworks were also fired into the city as part of the festivities.

 

Kate Haulman, an associate professor of history at the American University, said fireworks were part of a public holiday tradition in England, citing Guy Fawkes Day, which commemorates the obstruction of a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament.

 

Haulman called the early Independence Day celebrations "a continuation of previous types of political culture, but which became American."

 

Americans also celebrated with fireworks in the 21st century, with fireworks sales rising in 2020.

 

What is Juneteenth?

Just two weeks ago, Americans celebrated Juneteenth for the first time as a national holiday.

 

President Joe Biden signed the law on June 17 that makes Juneteenth or June 19 a new federal holiday to commemorate the end of slavery.

 

Juneteenth, the official name of the federal holiday Juneteenth National Independence Day, also called Emancipation Day, Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Black Independence Day, is a holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, marked annually on June 19 is celebrated on Saturday, writes Encyclopaedia Brit.

 

In 1863, during the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which declared free more than three million slaves living in the Confederate states.

 

However, it will be more than two years before the news reaches the African-Americans living in Texas. It was not until Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, that the people of the state finally learned that slavery had been abolished.

 

The formerly enslaved people immediately began to celebrate with prayers, songs, and dances.

 

 

The following year, on June 19, the first official Juneteenth holidays were held in Texas. Initial celebrations included prayer meetings and religious music, and participants wore new clothes to represent their new freedom.

 

African Americans in other countries also celebrated the day for a few years, making it an annual tradition.

 

Holidays continued in the United States until the 21st century and usually include prayer and religious services, speeches, educational events, family gatherings and picnics, music, food, and dance festivals.

 

Juneteenth became a state holiday in Texas in 1980, and several other states followed suit.

 

In 2021, Juneteenth became a federal holiday. The day is also celebrated outside the United States. Organizations in many countries use it to recognize the end of slavery and honor African Americans' culture and achievements.

 

Juneteenth's legacy

Newly released enslaved people from Texas celebrated the first Juneteenth in 1866, making it the oldest known end of slavery in the United States. Texans have been celebrating the day for over 150 years - my father, born in Houston in the 1940s, remembers celebrating the day in style when he was a child. However, Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day and Freedom Day, did not become an official holiday in Texas until 1979. It was another 11 years before another state, Florida, followed suit. These days, 49 states and the District of Columbia recognize the day, with Washington and Hawaii passing legislation to commemorate the significance of Juneteenth in April 2021. South Dakota remains abnormal.

 

What is the difference between Juneteenth and Independence Day?

Juneteenth (officially Juneteenth National Independence Day and Jubilee Day, Emancipation Day, Freedom Day, and Black Independence Day) is a federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African-Аmericans. It is also often seen celebrating African American culture.

 

Which four states do not celebrate Juneteenth?

Almost every American state recognizes the holiday that marks the end of slavery. Hawaii, North Dakota, and South Dakota are the states that have not yet set the day as a holiday.

 

Why is it called Juneteenth Freedom Day?

Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. It is also called Emancipation Day or Independence Day in Juneteenth. The name "Juneteenth" refers to the date of the holiday, combining the words "June" and "Zenith."

 

Why is Juneteenth an important day?

Juneteenth, or "Freedom Day," is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. This holiday is considered "the longest African-American holiday" and has been called "America's Second Independence Day." On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers, led by Major General.

 

What are the colors for Juneteenth?

The official Juneteenth flag was red, white, and blue, indicating that all enslaved Americans and their descendants were Americans. However, many black communities have adopted the pan-African, red, black, and green flag. The colors represent the blood, the soil, and the prosperity of Africa and its people.

 

Which state was the last to free the enslaved people?

Mississippi becomes the last state to ratify the 13th Amendment, the official abolition of slavery.

 

What was the first state to free enslaved people?

In 1780, Pennsylvania became the first state to abolish slavery when it adopted a statute that provided for the freedom of every enslaved person born after its promulgation (once that individual reached the age of majority). Massachusetts was the first to abolish slavery once and for all by court order in 1783.

 

Is Juneteenth called Independence Day?

The term Juneteenth is a mixture of the words June and XIX. The holiday was also called Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day. Often celebrated at first with picnics and church speeches, the holiday spread across the country and internationally as black Texans moved elsewhere.

 

How do you explain Juneteenth to a child?

Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates the freedom of enslaved people in the United States. The name Juneteenth is a combination of the words June and XIX. The day is also called Emancipation Day and Freedom Day.

 

What did the enslaved people eat?

Weekly rations — usually cornmeal, lard, some meat, molasses, peas, greens, and flour — were distributed every Saturday. Vegetable areas or gardens, if the owner allows them, provide fresh produce to be added to the rations. In the enslaved people's huts, morning meals were prepared and eaten at dawn.

 

What are you wearing on Juneteenth?

In celebration of the first Juneteenth, the freed people found their freedom to shed the clothes associated with their life as enslaved people. ... A common theme is dressing in red, white, and blue to highlight the "Independence Day for people of color" holiday atmosphere.

 

What traditional food is served on Juneteenth?

You can't go wrong with southern classics, such as crispy and golden fried chicken and smoked greens. And, of course, a large Cajun gumbo pot with chicken and sausage andouille or red Creole-style jambalaya loaded with chicken, sausage, and shrimp can serve as the main event.

 

Which companies comply with Juneteenth?

Before Juneteenth became a federal holiday this week, hundreds of companies have already marked the day by recognizing the release of enslaved people after the Civil War. To name a few, Adobe, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, Lyft, Nike, Google, Quicken Loans, Spotify, Target, and Uber launched Juneteenth last year.

 

Is there a Juneteenth flag?

That flag with a star bursting in the middle is the Juneteenth flag, a symbolic representation of the end of slavery in the United States. The flag is the work of activist Ben Haith, founder of the National Foundation for the Celebration of Youth (NJCF).

 

Is there still legal slavery in Texas?

Section 9 of the General Provisions of the Constitution of the Republic of Texas, ratified in 1836, again legalized slavery in Texas and defined the status of enslaved people and people of color in the Republic of Texas.

 

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December 25 is just around the corner, which means your holiday festivities are likely to escalate. From buying the perfect gift for everyone on your list to making Christmas party plans, the spirit of the season is in full swing. For an extra dose of fun this article will help you spread some good ideas or messages on Christmas eve.

Whether you print these sayings to hang in your home or office, or write a quote on your holiday cards, this large list of the top 100 Merry Christmas quotes is sure to get you into the holiday mood.


1. Joy to the world, the Lord has come, let the earth receive its King. - Joy to the world

2. Walk in a winter wonderland. - Winter's Tale

3. Peace on earth will come when we live every day as Christmas. - Helen Steiner Rice

4. How you spend Christmas is more important than how much. - Henry David Thoreau

5. The finest and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. You need to feel them with your heart. - Helen Keller



6. Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hold hands. - 

7. Your children need your presence more than your gifts. - Jesse Jackson

8. “One is never enough. socks - said Dumbledore. “Another Christmas came and went and I didn't have a single pair. People will insist on giving me books. ”- J.K. Rowling

9. So this Christmas ... What have you done? - John Lennon

10. Christmas is not a season. This is a feeling. - Edna Ferber



11. Joy together is a double joy. - John Roy

12. Christmas works like glue. It keeps us all together. - Rosie Thomas

13. I dream of a white Christmas like the ones I knew before. - Irving Berlin

14. Love the giver more than the gift. - Brigham Young

15. Remembrance, like a candle, burns brightest at Christmas. - Charles Dickens



16. Christmas does something else for someone else. - Charles M. Schultz

17. Christmas is the time to kindle the fire of hospitality. - Washington Irving

18. I like to compare the holiday season with the way a child listens to a favorite fairy tale. The pleasure manifests itself in the familiar manner of the beginning of the story, in anticipation of familiar turns, in familiar moments of anticipation, in a familiar climax and ending. - Fred Rogers

19. It was the night before Christmas when no creature moved around the house, not even a mouse. - Clement Clarke Moore

20. When we think back to the past Christmas, we usually find that the simplest things — not the great events — exude the greatest radiance. happiness . - Bob Hope



21. What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future. - Agnes M. Pahro

22. Throughout the year we get better because we become children in spirit again at Christmas. - Laura Ingalls Wilder

23. Thank God for His unspeakable Gift. - 2 Corinthians 9:15

24. Don't we forget the true meaning of Christmas? You know the birth of Santa. - Bart Simpson

25. Every time the bell rings, the Angel gets his wings. - It's a wonderful life



26. At Christmas, all roads lead home. - Marjorie Holmes

27. Christmas cannot be bought in the store. Maybe Christmas means a little more. - Dr. Seuss

28. May your heart be warm, your holidays splendid, and your heart tenderly held in the hand of the good Lord. - Unknown

29. Christmas for me is as many happy people as possible. - Tupac Shakur

30. May your days be cheerful and bright. -White Christmas



31. Christmas and the holidays are a time for gifts. This is the time when people are kinder and more open. - Gisele Bundchen

32. We are counting down the days, just to experience it almost the same way we always do. It's so comfortable, familiar and nostalgic that we honestly have no desire to improve it. - Joanna Gaines

33. My brother, little sister and I decorate the tree together, and every year we quarrel over who to hang our handmade children's decorations. - Carly Rae Jepsen

34. In the very first snow . After all, when the first snow is also Christmas snow, well, something wonderful will happen. -Snowman Frosty

35. Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and now, everything is softer and more beautiful. - Norman Vincent Peel



36. Even as an adult, I still find it difficult to fall asleep on Christmas Eve. - Carrie Lateth

37. Don't be confused with tinsel. - Unknown

38. As long as we know in our hearts what Christmas should be, Christmas is. - Eric Sevareid

39. I heard the bells on Christmas Day.

Their old familiar hymns are playing,

And wild and sweet

Words are repeated

Peace on earth, good to people! - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

40. God never gives anyone a gift that they cannot receive. If He gives us the gift of Christmas, it is because we are all able to understand and accept it. - Pope Francis



41. It's not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving. - Mother Teresa

42. City sidewalks.

Lively sidewalks

Dressed in a festive style

in the air

There is a feeling

Christmas... - Silver Bells

43. Never be too old to look up in the sky on Christmas Eve. - Unknown

44. Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real thing in the world is that we cannot see. -Polar Express

45. Oh, the weather outside is awful,

But the fire is so delicious,

And since we have nowhere to go,

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. -'Let It Snow



46. ​​It was the night before Christmas when not a single creature moved around the house, not even a mouse. - Clement Clarke Moore

47. Let's keep Christmas great without thinking about greed. - Ann Garnett Schultz

48. This is the most wonderful time of the year! - Edward Paula and George Wyle

49. Christmas is not just a day, it is a mood. -Miracle on 34th Street

50. Christmas is a time not only for joy, but also for reflection. - Winston Churchill



51. Christmas is like candy; it slowly melts in your mouth, sweetening all your taste buds, making you wish it to last forever. - Richel E. Goodrich

52. Christmas is forever, not just one day. Because to love, to share, to give cannot be postponed. - Norman Wesley Brooks

53. The world is tired over the years, but at Christmas it's young. - Phillips Brooks

54. Christmas is a piece of home that a person carries in his heart. - Freya Stark

55. He who does not have Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree. - Roy L. Smith



56. One of the greatest riots in the world is the living room mess at Christmas. - Andy Rooney

57. There should be at least one day of the year to remind us that we are here for something else besides ourselves. - Eric Sevareid

58. The joy of brightening up other lives becomes for us the magic of the holidays. Jones

59. Christmas, my child, is love in action. Every time we love, every time we give, it's Christmas. - Dale Evans Rogers

60. Blessed is the time that involves the whole world in a conspiracy of love. - Hamilton Wright Maby



61. Christmas is a day of meaning and tradition, a special day spent in a warm circle of family and friends. - Margaret Thatcher

62. Christmas in the heart lifts Christmas into the air. - W. T. Ellis

63. Play and have fun at Christmas, because Christmas only comes once a year. - Thomas Tusser

64. Every gift that is given, even if it is small, is really great if it is given with love. - Pindar

65. Christmas is a holiday together. Winnie the Pooh



66. It occurred to him that the way you spent Christmas was a message to the world about where you were. life . - Nick Hornby

67. Christmas is a children's party, and the holidays are a time for young people to dance. - Booth Tarkington

68. Who Keeps Christ? birthday ! How few are His commandments! - Benjamin Franklin

69. Want to meet Christ at Christmas? Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, forgive the guilty, greet the unwanted, care for the sick, love your enemies, and treat others as you would. - Steve Maraboli

70. If you want to experience the true meaning of Christmas, give something to someone who has nothing to offer in return. - Tony Sorenson



71. The reality of loving God is to love him like a superhero who saved you from all sorts of things, not Santa Claus who just gave you something. - Criss Jami

72. The smells of Christmas are the smells of childhood. - Richard Paul Evans

73. The best way to cheer you up is to sing out loud so everyone can hear. -Elf

74. Christmas was definitely the best thing in the world, even better than pizza. But instead of all her favorite fillings, Amitola was surrounded by all her beloved people. - Aishabella Sheikh

75. And when we give each other gifts for Christmas In His name, let us remember that He gave us the sun, moon and stars, and the earth with its forests, mountains and oceans - and everything that lives and moves on them. - Sigrid Undset



76. The rooms were very quiet, while the pages turned gently and the winter sun penetrated inside, touching bright heads and serious faces with Christmas greetings. –Louisa May Alcott

77. If I were a philosopher, I would write a philosophy of toys, showing that nothing else in life needs to be taken seriously, and that Christmas with children is one of the few times when men become fully alive. –Robert Lind

78 .. Christmas Eve will find me where the love light shines. I'll be home for Christmas, at least in my sleep. - I'll be home for Christmas

79. I dream of a white Christmas, just like the ones I knew before. Where the treetops sparkle and children listen, hear bells in the snow.

- White Christmas

80. Merry Christmas. Let your heart be light. From now on, your problems will be out of sight. - Merry Christmas



81. He sees you when you sleep, he knows when you are awake. He knows when you've been good or bad, so be good, for heaven's sake! - Santa Claus comes to town

82. Offers of Christmas gifts:

Forgive your enemy.

The enemy is tolerance.

To a friend, to your heart.

To the customer, service.

All - charity.

A good example for every child.

Yourself, respect. - Oren Arnold

83. Perhaps the best decoration for Christmas is smiles. - Unknown

84. I dream of a white Christmas. But if the white runs out, I'll drink the red. - Unknown

85. Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate it with the light of love for those who need it most. - Ruth Carter Stapleton



86. Christmas is not only a time of fun and excitement. Moreover, this is the time to reflect on the eternal. The Christmas spirit is a spirit of giving and forgiveness. - JK Penny

87. Bless us, Lord, this Christmas is peace of mind; Teach us to be patient and always be kind. - Helen Steiner Rice

89. Christmas is a day of joy and mercy. May God make you very rich in both. - Phillips Brooks

90. Baby, it's cold outside. - Dean Martin



91. I believe ... I believe ... It's stupid, but I believe. -Miracle on 34th Street

92. It's fun time! - Decorate Rooms

93. A clear conscience is a constant Christmas. - Benjamin Franklin

94. The gifts of time and love are undoubtedly the main ingredients for a truly Merry Christmas. - Peg Bracken

95. A Christmas miracle is when your family doesn't have a fight all day. - Melanie White



96. Christmas magic is silent. You don't hear it - you feel it. You know that. You believe it. - Kevin Alan Milne

97. Peace be your present for Christmas and your blessing for the whole year! - Unknown

98. Christmas is a tonic for our soul. This encourages us to think about others and not about ourselves. He directs our thoughts to bestowal. - B.S. Forbes

99. You know you're getting old when Santa starts looking younger. - Robert Paul

100. Let's light it up. - Unknown




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20-key-facts-about-area-51-that-you-should-know-bemorepanda

Area 51 has been in the public eye over time through military activities and, obviously, through conspiracies related to aliens.

 

In recent months, Area 51 has been in the public eye because of interns who planned to storm it. Over time, the area has attracted public attention through the military activities that have taken place here and the conspiracy theories that certain individuals have maintained.

 

Bemorepanda has created a list of 20 facts about everything you need to know about Area 51.

 

1. The name

The name Area 51 was given by officials who oversaw nuclear tests in the 1950s and was used on military maps of the region. For these tests was created in the desert, 100 kilometers from Las Vegas, Nevada Test Site, now known as the Nevada National Security Site. In these areas delimited by the military authorities, several hundred nuclear weapons tests took place, of which about 100 took place outdoors.

 

2. UFOs

To a greater or lesser extent, Area 51 has been in the public eye since the nuclear tests. However, worldwide fame came in the 1980s, when Robert Lazar told a Las Vegas television station that he was working on S-4, a base near Area 51 as part of a flying saucer reverse engineering project. .

 

When these statements were made public, they sparked a growing interest in the activities taking place in Area 51. However, not long after, the whole story that Robert Lazar built was dismantled. Thus, investigators were able to prove that he did not work at Los Alamos Laboratories and that he had not graduated from MIT or Caltech.

 

3. Access forbidden

Currently, the US Army uses the Area for aircraft testing and therefore its entire perimeter is continuously patrolled. Colloquially, these guards are called by the locals and the press "camouflaged boys" because of the equipment they use. Unfortunately for the military who are part of these patrols, this activity proves to be extremely dangerous, some of them claiming that they suffer from breathing problems due to the compounds used to make the aircraft "invisible" on radar.

 

4. Landing

Landing, in turn, has attracted the attention of people interested in conspiracy theories. In a 1974 book, "We Never Went to the Moon: America's Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle," Bill Kaysing argued that all images of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were made in Area 51.

 

Theories about a false landing have been dismantled over the decades, the only link between Area 51 and the Apollo program is testing some of the space equipment in Nevada.

 

5. Military base

Area 51 is currently part of the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR), which is under the authority of the Nellis Base of the United States Air Force. Officials in this part of the US military say the military base covers about 1.2 million hectares.

 

6. Functions of Area 51

The Nevada Test and Training Range, of which the Area is a part, is used to train military pilots for combat scenarios. In the past, this base has been used to test and design military technologies: airplanes, helicopters and drones. One of the most famous "products" of this base is the U-2 spy plane, used for high altitude espionage.

 

7. The desert community

While the U.S. military was working on U-2 spy planes, engineer Kelly Johnson proposed building a settlement for the staff working on the project and their families. This place was called Paradise Ranch.

 

8. Conspiracies

For ufologists and those who believe in various conspiracy theories, Area 51 is proving to be an endless source of mysteries. The truth is that the lack of transparency that military activities and espionage raise is at the source of these conspiracy theories. Naturally, the multitude of resources that the American government allocates to this base and the relative silence regarding the activities that take place there raise a series of questions whose answers can be transformed into conspiracy theories.

 

According to declassified CIA documents, most of the UFOs that were reported in the area were, in fact, U-2 aircraft under test.

 

9. Continuous activity

After the U-2 program, Area 51 was used for other military espionage programs. These projects include the Lockheed A-12 Oxcart and D-21 Tagboard aircraft.

 

Satellite images show that Area 51 is still used today, with the addition of various buildings and facilities to the base. In 2016, images from Google Earth showed that a new runway was built, with security experts believing that it would be used for drones.

 

10. It is not a tourist attraction

As the last few months have shown, internet users are more than happy to enter the territory of Area 51. However, any attempt to enter the territory of this base is discouraged by the military. Those who enter without permission risk six months in prison and $ 1,000 fines.

 

11. Soviet engineering

Although there is no evidence that Alien 51 experimented with extraterrestrial technology, documents declassified in 2013 showed that the United States obtained and tested Soviet MiG fighter jets in the 1970s and 1980s.

 

12.The Roswell phenomenon

However, the public perception that the US government is hiding evidence of alleged extraterrestrial visits to Earth also originated in Roswell, New Mexico, more than 70 years ago.

 

In July 1947, a flying object made of thin metal foil crashed near a farm in Roswell during a storm. The Air Force quickly picked up the remains on the spot for research. A local newspaper, the Roswell Daily Record, published an article about a "flying saucer" or "flying saucer" found on the farm.

 

13.The Mogul Project

The Mogul project successfully discovered a nuclear activity of the Russians, until it was closed in 1950. The balloons used were made of polyethylene, according to the Times, a material unknown at the time and which was the basis for the release of meteorological equipment into the atmosphere, later. The balloons were not very suitable for monitoring nuclear explosions, but they proved to be very good for radio communications.

 

14.U-2 spy plane project

From the documents declassified by the CIA, it results that in the period 1954-1974 two spy plane projects were developed: the U-2 aircraft project and the Oxcart project (construction of the Lockheed A-12 spy planes).

 

An interesting fact reported by the CIA document on U-2 planes is President Eisenhower's desire to recruit only foreign nationals for espionage missions. In the event of a U.2 plane crash, the US could have denied its involvement in the activity carried out by the respective foreign pilot.

 

15.Drone program

Area 51 is currently undergoing a program to build new drones, military equipment that has become increasingly in demand by the U.S. military and intelligence services, especially in the war on terror that has followed terrorist attacks in the United States. September 11, 2001. The American drone program came to the fore in 2002, through the tragic event in Yemen, where a drone accidentally killed 13 people who were part of a wedding procession.

 

16.Existence of Area 51

The US government officially recognized the existence of the base only in 2013, with the publication by the CIA of declassified documents on the U-2 and A-12 reconnaissance and espionage aircraft programs.

 

17.Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us

The internet has been invaded by Area 51 memes inspired by a joke Facebook event to take over the secretive military site and find the supposed aliens kept inside. The event, called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us, was planned for Sept. 20, and so far 1.5 million people have signed on.

 

18.Location of Area 51

The base is huge, covering over 125,000 hectares with at least 22 runways. The land was chosen for its isolated location, and for the large areas of perfectly flat land, which allowed the construction of long tracks, many of them unpaved.

 

19.The secret around Area 51

The secrecy surrounding Area 51 goes far beyond these proactive measures. In 1994, a group of civilian contractors and their widows filed a lawsuit alleging that they had been exposed to hazardous materials that had been burned in an open ditch. The case was dismissed for lack of evidence after the government refused to publish details of those materials, claiming it would harm national security. This was reinforced by a presidential order signed by Bill Clinton.

 

20.There is no real fence around area 51

At such a heavily guarded facility by the US military, it would appear that Zone 51 would have a physical boundary to hold citizens. After all, it is not a very safe military installation if you can get through the protected area just by a simple walk.

 

That's right. Area 51 has no fence at all and we refer to "always". While some of its indoor installations are protected by perimeters, the entire base has no physical boundaries. This does not mean that it is wise to just enter, as there are magnetic sensors and watchtowers in many places that would surely pull you if you try.

 

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When we were kids, we most likely didn’t even realize how deep the meaning of Disney cartoons was. We were more interested in songs and dances, funny characters, terrible villains, and magnificent costumes of princesses and princes. But in these cartoons, especially those that have already become classics like The Lion King, Mulan, and Pocahontas, there are sad, touching moments seasoned with inspirational quotes.

 

Beautiful, emotional quotes that can touch the core

 

And if you listen carefully, they can teach some life lessons to children and adults. We have collected Disney quotes for you that will surely increase your motivation and mood.

 

 

1. "A flower that blooms in bad weather is the rarest jewel." Emperor, Mulan

 

2. "Sometimes the right path is not the easiest." Grandma Iva, "Pocahontas"

 

3. “You are much braver and smarter than you think; and much stronger than you might think. Christopher Robin, "Winnie the Pooh"

 

4. "Our destiny is within us, and it only takes courage to see it." Merida, "Brave"

 

5. "Even miracles take a little time." The good fairy, "Cinderella."

 

6. "Remember, you are the one who can fill this world with light." Snow White, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 

7. "Hakuna matata". Timon and Pumbaa, The Lion King

 

8. "Always let your conscience be your guide." Cricket Jiminy, Pinocchio

 

9. "The same things that hold you down can lift you." Timothy Mouse, Dumbo

 

 

10. “The past can hurt, but as I see it, you can either run away from it or take a lesson for yourself.” Rafiki, The Lion King

 

11. “If you are going to watch all your life, then you will see how the whole life has passed without you.” Laverne, The Hunchback of Notre Dame

 

12. “You don't have time to be timid. You must be bold and courageous." Lumiere, "Beauty and the Beast"

 

13. "The whole world is at your feet." Burt, Mary Poppins

 

14. “Life is a journey full of experiences, not a problem to be solved.” Pooh, "Winnie the Pooh"

 

15. "Change is good." Rafiki, The Lion King

 

16. “All it takes is faith and trust.” Peter Pan, "Peter Pan"

 

17. “I'm on my way. I can cover the distance. It doesn't matter how far. Somehow I will find the strength within me. I know every mile is worth the effort. I'll go anywhere to find my place." Hercules, "Hercules"

 

 

Cartoons have existed since the 19th century when various optical illusions obtained with the help of devices were very popular. The original, simple form was a toy for children, a notebook, the pages that could be quickly scrolled. On each page, slightly different figures were drawn from the previous page, and if the images were swiftly changed one after the other, they merged and seemed to move. Since then, this principle in creating cartoons has remained unchanged, but modern technologies have perfected this art.

 

When cinematography was taking its first steps, the animated film was already a popular genre, although it took a long time to make. For just one minute of animation, 1440 drawings had to be made!

 

Walt Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in Chicago. The childhood dream of cartoons. In 1923 he founded an animation studio. In 1928, the famous Mickey Mouse character was created. In the beginning, Mickey Mouse had no voice: it was the first time he was cast in a silent film. In 1955 he founded a vast amusement park: Disneyland. More than 500 million people from all over the world - children, parents, grandparents, presidents of states, kings, queens, princesses - have visited the famous amusement park over time.

 

18. "You're never too old to be young." Lucky, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 

19. “You control your destiny; you don't need magic. And there are no magic shortcuts to solve your problems.” Merida, "Brave"

 

20. “If you focus on what you left behind, you can never see what lies ahead.” Gusteau, "Ratatouille"

 

21. “You don't just have to fly. Soar". Dumbo, "Dumbo"

 

22. "You should always say what you think." March Hare, Alice in Wonderland

 

23. “If you weren’t who you are, then we would all be a little different from who we are now.” Piglet, "Winnie the Pooh"

 

24. “A real hero is measured not by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart.” Zeus, "Hercules"

 

25. “When a smile appears in your heart, there is no better time to start. Think of all the joy you will find when you leave your worries behind. You can fly." Peter Pan, "Peter Pan"

 

26. “Do things outside of your comfort zone. The rewards are worth it." Rapunzel, "Tangled"

 

 

27. “It's up to you how far you go. If you don't try, you'll never know." Merlin, "The Sword in the Stone"

 

28. "Infinity is not the limit." Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story

 

29. "Today's special moments are tomorrow's memories." Genie, Aladdin 2: The Return of Jafar

 

30. "Nothing is impossible." Doorknob, Alice in Wonderland

 

31. “As with many other things, it’s not what’s on the outside that matters, but what’s on the inside.” Merchant, "Aladdin"

 

32 “Do you know what to do when life fails you? Just keep swimming!" Dory, Finding Nemo

 

33. "Real beauty lies within." Narrator, Beauty and the Beast

 

34. “If you can’t say something good, it’s better to keep silent.” Dwarf Thumper, "Bambi"

 

35. “If you follow in the footsteps of a stranger, you will learn something you never knew.” Pocahontas, "Pocahontas"

 

 

36. "Let go of the situation." Elsa, Frozen

 

37. “The only way to get what you want is to work hard.” Tiana, The Princess, and the Frog

 

38. “To laugh at yourself is to love yourself.” Mickey Mouse

 

39. “Sometimes we only see how people are different from us. But if you look closely, you'll see how similar we are." Jasmine, Aladdin

 

40. “If you keep believing, your dream will come true.” Cinderella, "Cinderella"

 

41. "We're all crazy here." Cheshire Cat, Alice in Wonderland

 

42. “Giving up is for beginners.” Philoctetes, "Hercules"

 

 

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In the United States, the 4th of July is celebrated as Independence Day. For Americans, Independence Day is a family holiday.

 

Americans celebrate Independence Day with parades, fireworks, and hot dog food contests.

 

What traditions do Americans follow on America's Day?

 

On July 4, one of the most popular and important festivals in the country is celebrated: Independence Day. It commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, with which the United States ceased to be a British colony.

 

Parades are held in the big cities on this day, and various events are organized. Plus, you can't miss the fireworks. It is a national holiday.

 

On this day, all over the 50 American states and wherever they are in the world, Americans celebrate with great pomp through fireworks, parades, hot dog food contests, baseball games, and family reunions with barbeque, popcorn, lots of beer, and coke.

 

Activities associated with this day include watermelon and hot dog food competitions and sporting events such as baseball games, 3-legged races, swimming activities, and other games.

 

 

Independence Day is a patriotic holiday to celebrate the positive aspects of the United States. Many politicians appear at public events to express their support for their country's history, heritage, and people. This day marks the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, ratified by Congress on July 4, 1776. The thirteen colonies of Great Britain in North America declared independence from the United Kingdom.

 

Many display the American flag outside their homes or buildings. Many communities play fireworks, which are often accompanied by patriotic music. The most impressive fireworks are televised.

 

Read here Happy Independence day: 50 quotes and wishes to celebrate freedom.

 

Freedom, like a statue and a symbol, is back in vogue

 

The Statue of Liberty is located on the small island of Liberty in New York Harbor, a short distance from Ellis Island - the arrival point of more than 12 million people in the United States, and is a welcome symbol for everyone, Americans, visitors, and immigrants.

 

Miss Liberty, offered to the Americans by the French people on July 4, 1884, was inaugurated on October 28, 1886. The then-president, Grover Cleveland, accepted the statue on behalf of the American people, saying, "We will never forget that freedom has made the house here, and we will not neglect its altar ''.

 

In 1924, the Statue of Liberty was declared a national monument. In 1984, part of the UNESCO World Heritage List for the Declaration of Freedom, Peace, Human Rights, and Democracy that this masterpiece of the human spirit makes.

 

What to do on the 4th of July?

 

Hitting the beach on July 4th is as quaint as San Diego as anything else. San Diego County has 76 miles of coastline, and most of it is accessible by the sea. While any beach is good in most people's minds, some are especially special, whether for landscape (geographical and human), surfing, or sand. Choose your favorite on July 4th.

 

San Diego is getting ready for a July 4th picnic. Let's face it, with any climate we have, almost any outdoor place is a good place to have a picnic, maybe even start with your yard or neighborhood park. Does San Diego have so many options for a good picnic set that the choice is a purely subjective matter of what you feel: A place with a playground? Beach? Balboa Park? Here are some suggestions.

 

If competing with the crowds isn't your thing during the July 4th holidays, you may want to take the fishing pole and go to one of the many lakes in San Diego County. San Diego has a long fishing tradition, including a long-gone former cannon fleet. At the same time, most associate fishing with deep-sea fishing, San Diego County has a freshwater lake system ideal for all anglers. Although the trout can be stuck at the right time, the bass of the sea is king here.

 

 

As you reach the beaches during the Fourth of July, you might want to venture out to one of our fishing boats along the coast. Have you ever been to one of the San Diego DJs and seen people fishing on their own? Have you ever wanted to try it yourself but weren't sure about this practice? Here are some descriptions and tips about fishing in San Diego.

 

July 4th is a favorite time for many San Diegans to go camping. And the best part is that you don't even have to leave the area right away. San Diego's outdoor beauty makes it a perfect region for camping. What makes it even more unique is that you don't have to venture further than just a few minutes from the city center to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether it's the perfect beachfront beach or located at the foot of the mountains, camping in San Diego can be a very "city" thing.

 

Typically, the San Diego County Fair ends with a bang on July 4th (give or take a day) with a dazzling fireworks show. And the days leading up to Independence Day are the last chances to get organized for this special event, especially since many people have days off on vacation. So why not celebrate the fourth thing to do with something American like an apple pie by hitting the county fair, right?

 

You may have friends or relatives visiting you on July 4th, so why not show off your city by visiting one of San Diego's favorite amusement parks? Summertime is an excellent time in San Diego, especially for families. There is no shortage of things for both parents and children to enjoy, whether you are visiting from outside the city or as a resident. Whether it's San Diego Zoo, Sea World, or Belmont Park, July 4th is a great time to play tourist.

 

 

When you think of California wine, you naturally think of the Napa wine region of Northern California. Then think of the Central Coast wine country around Santa Barbara. And when you think of Southern California wine, you think of the nearby Temecula wine country. But did you know that San Diego County has its winery community, making its hand-made wines? Check them out during the July 4th holiday.

 

July 4 - Independence Day

The ideals of individual liberty contained in the Declaration had already been expressed over time by great thinkers, from Aristotle and John Lock to St. Thomas Aquinas.

 

Thomas Jefferson, the author of the draft Declaration, set out his philosophy as a list of complaints against the Kingdom of Great Britain. Under the leadership of King George II, to justify severing ties between the colonies and the motherland.

 

The first cause of dissatisfaction was the overpaid taxes paid to the British Kingdom, called "unrepresented taxes," because the members of the colonies had no right of representation in the British Parliament.

 

To control a possible rebellion of the colonies, King George II sent troops to American soil, and the settlers mobilized. Thus, the battle of Concorde on April 19, 1775, marked the unofficial beginning of the War of Independence.

 

On June 7, 1776, at the Continental Congress held at Pennsylvania State House, Richard Henry Lee made the most explicit call for independence by reading the resolution.

 

 

Above all, Americans celebrate this day to show their gratitude for the freedom and rights that the first generation of many Americans today fought for. The Statue of Liberty is a national monument associated with Independence Day.

 

The Statue of Liberty is located on the small island of Liberty in New York City Harbor, a short distance from Ellis Island. This island is home to more than 12 million people in the United States and is a welcome symbol for everyone, Americans, visitors, and immigrants.

 

Miss Liberty, offered to the Americans by the French people on July 4, 1884, was inaugurated on October 28, 1886. The then-president, Grover Cleveland, accepted the statue on behalf of the American people, saying, "We will never forget that freedom has made the house here, and we will not neglect its altar ''.

 

In 1924, the Statue of Liberty was declared a national monument. In 1984, part of the UNESCO World Heritage List for the Declaration of Freedom, Peace, Human Rights, and Democracy that this masterpiece of the human spirit makes.

 

The torch she holds in her right hand, Miss Liberty, symbolizes the freedom that illuminates the world, and the chain at the foot of the monument is a symbol of liberation from slavery. On the tablet in the hands of the statue is written, with Roman numerals, July 4, 1776, the day of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Today marks 133 years since the inauguration of the Statue of Liberty and 243 years since the Declaration of Independence.

 

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