I’m a little late with this, as you’re all probably head-on planning for the Fourth of July, but here’s a free printable Pledge of Allegiance to speed things up for you!
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The Pledge of Allegiance is close to my heart. With all that is going on in the country today, this short and sweet pledge reminds us of our origin. It reminds us that our country is built on unity, and that we are one nation INDIVISIBLE. And it seems we need that reminder sometimes.
Let’s pledge our allegiance to the flag this year, and while do that, keep in mind what it means. It means pledging allegiance to a flag that stands for unity. A flag that stands for justice for all. A flag that granted my people freedom of religion at times when other countries wouldn’t.
Unfortunately, parts of our country right now are not standing up to this. The news seems to get more frightening each day. Then there are things you won’t even see in the news that happens. I’ve experienced antisemitism multiple times myself and can give you an account of that.
But each person can make that change for himself! Our country made up of many individuals. If each individual thought of himself as part of the foundation – a foundation held together with unity, we will go back to what our country stands for.
So the next time you recite the Pledge of Allegiance, or look at this wall art hanging in your home, pledge to love your fellow man. Pledge to go back to our roots of unity, tolerance, and justice for all.
In a nutshell: print it for yourself, or to give as a gift, but don’t redistribute it or sell it in any way. It’s my gift to you!
How to download the free printable Pledge of Allegiance:
Step 1: Click on the preview image below. A PDF file will open in a new window (colors may be off – don’t worry about that).
Step 2: Click “save” to print it later or “print” to do so now.
I hope you enjoy! Make sure to pin it by clicking on the Pinterest icon on the left, or by hovering over any of the images and clicking on the Pinterest icon.
Download the Pledge of Allegiance printable
How will you be celebrating July 4th this year?