It was Pops' second day in Boston and he was excited to share the stories of The Master Story Tellers with his family. Before they arrived, he sat down to read an account of some of the first pilgrims to sail to Plymouth Massachusetts in 1620. The author, Nathaniel Philbrick described the pilgrims as regular families "who were willing to endure almost anything if it meant they could worship God as they pleased. (p.2)"
Pops and Kma were Americans of the United States and enjoyed the freedom of worship - to worship God as they pleased and they were quite happy to see so many people of so many religions who enjoyed the same freedom.
Pops and Kma often paused to thank all those who came before them for the freedom they enjoyed. They continued to carry the torch of freedom until it could be experienced by all, not only in religious matters, but to be free of oppression, discrimination, and debt. They couldn't do it alone. They were hoping to reignight the flame that they knew was inside each person's heart.
Welcome to the family all who carried the torch of freedom. We will continue to carry the light.