Exactly when The Pristine American Dream our Founding Fathers knew disappeared from our culture nobody knows. Like colors fading from a handkerchief long forgotten on a post, the Dream gradually faded from our thoughts, passions and aspirations. The change was imperceptible, yet over time all of the brilliance gave way to the dull, uninspiring and common. Sadly, the American Dream of today is a hue our forefathers not only could not, but would not recognize. Today many citizens think the American Dream is a passionate search for easy wealth by hitting it big in the lottery, sweepstakes, a big lawsuit, or receiving an inheritance. To others itís landing a professional sports contract, achieving prominence in politics, business, or popularity without any thought to maintaining oneís unalienable rights. As important as these achievements may be to some people, The Pristine American Dream is far superior by any standard of measurement. This website and books showcase The Pristine American Dream. And what is that dream? The Pristine American Dream is comprised of unalienable rights and privileges. One must recognize, accept and live by those unalienable or inherent rights guaranteed to all people by virtue of their birth. Simply put, unalienable rights are the rights to be and to do good. Everything that is good is a right, an unalienable right. Nobody ever has the right to do bad; they only have the power to choose it. One must also be willing to invest the diligence, hard work, and determination required to receive and enjoy the privileges of life. All rights are defined by a law. It is impossible to have a right without its defining law! The right and the law that defines it are two sides of the same coin. Governments may pass laws that extend rights to citizens but unalienable rights are defined by the laws of common sense. These laws are born within us and are common among all humans.
Goodness creates peace and peace is the gateway to happiness. No matter what circumstance individuals, families, communities or nations find themselves in, they always enjoy more peace of mind and happiness when they maintain their unalienable rights. Privileges are the sweet things of life for which one must work to receive.