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First responders attempt to commit suicide at 10 times the rate of the general public! This is an absolutely unacceptable statistic! When our lives are at risk they rush to our rescue just like a Superhero but today their lives are at risk and they need a Superhero. That is why I’ve started the charity organization, USA Superheroes. The mission of USA Superheroes is to lift the spirits of and speak life into America’s Superheroes, our First Responders!
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I lived in my car for almost a month as I shared a message of honor, kindness and unity through the song I wrote 17 years ago to honor 9/11, Wake up in the USA! It wasn’t just the people but also the media was encouraged by the song and the message of unity everywhere I went!
You! You inspire me! Love for music is the one thing that we all have in common. It soothes us, motvates and entertains us. Sometimes it makes us laugh or cry, and sometimes cry and laugh at the same time. Music's power to change the world by touching hearts and minds is undeniable. My hope is that my music unifies all people and gives encouragement and hope to the listener so that we all are motivated to be the world changers we were born to be.
Wake Up in the USA!
My Dad is a Veteran. He retired as a Chief Master Sargent after serving more than 30 years in the Air Force. I have always had a reverent honor for those who serve. I am able to live my dreams because his sacrifice and the sacrifices of many others. Though I may not have served as he did, my service to America is to use my gifts and talents to bring people together and unify our country. For 17 years I have been spreading a simple message through a song I wrote the day after 9/11 called, Wake Up in the USA! 9/11 woke me up to see how quickly the freedoms we enjoy could disappear, what people were willing to give when needed the most, and how much as a nation we need each other. Today more than ever it’s time to find a standard that can bring us ALL together.
How can we bring people together in a way that is real and lasting? People from all over the world come to the United States to unite with our values and belief in the God given right to live, be free, and pursue a self-determined purpose. So I assume that at the core of all personal and cultural values is the desire to live in harmony with other people. Being kind should be the one value that we all should be able to agree on. However, the real kindness that transforms is the kindness that truly honors the recipient. Today honor for one another seems to be missing from our culture. It’s time to remind America what honor looks like. That will inspire the nation to believe that we truly can be united. The First Responders of New York City showed the world what honor looked like when they gave their lives on September 11, 2001. This is the same commitment all First Responders are willing to make when they come to protect us, keep us safe, and rescue us. Everyday they willingly take the opportunity to give their lives for ours. It’s time for America to see them for who they truly are. AMERICA’S SUPERHEROES! By honoring them we start to honor all of us. After all, they ARE us! They’re our fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, sisters, and brothers. This will help to build the lasting unity we all long for.
The lives lost on September 11, are a national tragedy, but the lives given by the First Responders that day, and those that are still being taken are also our NATIONAL TREASURE. Let their sacrifice be the uniting force that us all together. Let’s honor them and the sacrifice of all our nation’s First Responders! Wake Up in the USAHONOR+ KINDNESS = UNITY
Wake Up in the USA!