"With Malice toward None, with Charity for All"

Written by Abraham Lincoln on Thu Jun 27 2024

My fellow citizens, it is with a heavy heart that I take up my pen to write these words. The times we live in are tumultuous and filled with strife, but I believe that there is still hope for our nation.

In the midst of all this chaos and division, I am reminded of a quote from my second inaugural address: "With malice toward none, with charity for all." These words have been on my mind constantly as I watch our country tear itself apart over issues of race, equality, and justice.

I firmly believe that we must come together as one people if we are to overcome these challenges. We cannot allow ourselves to be consumed by hatred or bitterness towards those who disagree with us. Instead, we must strive to find common ground and work towards a brighter future for all Americans.

The Emancipation Proclamation was just the beginning of our journey towards true equality and freedom for all. It pains me deeply to see how far we still have to go in order to achieve this goal. But I have faith in the resilience and strength of the American people.

As your president during one of the darkest periods in our nation's history, I faced many trials and tribulations. Yet through it all, my determination never wavered. I knew that no matter what obstacles lay before us, we could overcome them together if only we stood united.

I urge you now more than ever to remember these words: "With malice toward none, with charity for all." Let us put aside our differences and work towards a better tomorrow where every man and woman is treated with dignity and respect. Together, we can build a more perfect union for generations to come. It will not be easy, but nothing worth fighting for ever is. Let us honor those who came before us by continuing their fight for liberty and justice for ALL.

So let us march forward hand-in-hand, guided by principles

of truth,


and compassion.

For truly,

there can be no greater legacy

than leaving behind

a world

that is kinder,


and more just

than when

we found it.

May God bless America

Abraham Lincoln

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