The Little People

In God We Trust

While standing in line at the grocery store this morning, a girl in front of me pointed to the back of a One Dollar bill in her hand and asked her father, “Daddy, what does this mean?”

The man knelt-down, held her hand and explained,  “In God We Trust means, God is always here for the little people.  The broken pyramid tells us that our country is not fully built. Above the pyramid is a great eye, the eye of God. The words over the pyramid are “annuit coeptis,” meaning, “He has smiled on our undertaking. “ And beneath the pyramid it says, “novus ordo seclorum,” which means a new order of the ages. This new order is built upon Almighty God. He’ll show us the way, even when we go to the grocery store. We just have to believe.”

In that moment, I was part of an old EF Hutton commercial. “When EF Hutton talks, everyone listens.”

The man paid the speechless cashier and the two walked out of the store hand in hand.

In our next election, I will vote for the little people because I think they are humble and will show the world how to be constructive for humanity.  William Penn wrote, “Unless we are governed by God we will be ruled by tyrants.”

God is cool, no matter what he or she is wearing in color or dress. America is great because America is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.

God Bless the Little People