"My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you: Ask what you can do for your country." John F. Kennedy, past President of the United States, spoke these famous, challenging words in his inaugural speech.
Are the words of John F. Kennedy relevant and appropriate for today's society?
Have we taken our freedom for granted? Have we become too dependent upon our government to take care of us? Have we become too compliant, indifferent and useless? Are we expecting our government to be accountable for maintaining our way of life?
Are we in too much denial and indifferent to the threats facing our country? Have we lost our patriotism, commitment to our historical values, and accountability for taking care of our country?