Wednesday, July 1, 2020 / by Karey Kendrick
Happy FREEDOM Month!
As you know July is the month to celebrate FREEDOM.
We assume the rights of freedom and debate its boundaries in politics, yet how often do we take time to reflect on what freedom means to us personally?
Freedom is not a concept carved from stone; it is malleable and personal, always shifting shape depending on where you find yourself standing and the angle of the slanting light.
My personal definition of freedom is the ability to act based on my convictions without external restriction or retribution. It is the ability to represent myself as I see myself to be, not having to hide or disguise who I am in order to pursue happiness, fulfillment, and growth. It is the power of free self-expression. Personal freedom is one of my top three values.
Of course, there are boundaries to freedom. My actions should not hurt others or restrict their personal freedoms, and so this is the dance of conscience. Will what I want conflict with what others want or need? If so, how can I have the personal autonomy I need while respecting the freedom of those around me? your own HOME.
I believe there is always a path for mutual free expression, when we respect one another. Today, as we prepare to celebrate Freedom Month, I offer the following quotes as food for thought and as writing prompts:
“We must be free not because we claim freedom, but because we practice it.” ? William Faulkner
“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” ? Noam Chomsky
And I leave you with these questions: Which, if any, of these quotes resonate with you? What do you believe about freedom and how do you describe or define it for yourself?
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Beautiful famous words. Those words really come to life for us when you consider the idea of owning real estate, especially your own home.
My guaranteed sale program is a solution to ‘wrongs’ in real estate for homeowners experiencing the Catch 22. In fact, this is how successful businesses are built. Identify something that is a problem for people and solve it.
In today’s market, many homeowners really want to make a move, but are finding themselves in a Catch 22 – whether to sell first or buy first. They don’t want to end up getting stuck owning two homes or none at all.
My solution to this dilemma is this guarantee: “Your Home Sold Guaranteed at a Price Agreeable to You or I’ll Buy It*”
My own revolution, so to speak, that deals with the age-old indictment of whether to buy first of sell first.
Another wrong we are on a mission to help right is the indictment that life sometimes deals people a raw deal. Bad things many times happen to good people.
As I share with you each month, we are on a mission to raise $10,000 for Little Smiles. We do this by donating a portion of our income. Little Smiles does great work in helping put smiles on the faces of kids dealing with cancer and other life threatening diseases.
As a leading non-profit, Little Smiles depends on Sponsorships and Donations to continue its leading-edge service. We proudly donate a portion of our income from real estate sales to Must to help them continue serving the needs of those who most need it in our community!
SO, YOUR REFERRALS REALLY DO HELP YOUR NEIGHBORS WHO NEED HELP THE MOST!
Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to our real estate sales team? Not only will they benefit from our award-winning real estate service, a very worthy cause will benefit as well. To refer anyone considering buying or selling a home just give me a call or pass on my number 561-702-4782. Thank you in advance for your referrals!
I want to openly wish our great country a happy birthday and Thank you for checking out this month’s Homeward Bound news.
Go Serve Big!!!
Rick & Karey Kendrick
P.S. Talk about Pursuit of Happiness! Check out the story of this young person enclosed. The smile on their face says it all.