God I Trust
       America I Love

"Very soon many of these men and women will be able to step into the sunlight and...become Americans"
         
President Ronald Reagan


 
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God I Trust, America I Love

Published by BethNazaJeru Publishing Company, LLC
Copyright © 2010 by Aris Mardirossian
ISBN 978-0-615-40384-7
Library of Congress Control Number 2010913783
Manufactured in the United States of America
First printing, First edition
Date of manufacture, October 11, 2010

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Introduction

I am an American.

America is my home, and I love my country like I love God, my children, and the rest of my family. It is a deep love, one that I am willing to sacrifice everything for. But it did not start this way for me because I am an immigrant. As a child I had heard stories about America, but you do not love a place because of stories; you love a place because it offers you a greater vision of yourself and your possibilities. To some people, immigrant is a dirty word. To me it is the most beautiful word.

I have a reason for writing this book and I want you to know what it is. Many people will read this book to figure out how I made millions of dollars. Many will read it to find out the secret behind how I defeated some of the largest corporations in America, or even how I came to be standing next to several Presidents of the United States. Those stories and others are all in here. But I didn’t write this book to tell those stories.

I wrote this book because of the great importance of that word—immigrant.

I wrote it to explain how I began as an immigrant—someone else in a faraway land on the other side of the world—and how I only became an American after living here. I wrote it to explain how this country changed me, how the people and the principles I encountered here made me into something much greater than I was when I first arrived.

The ideas and principles this country was founded on over 200 years ago still have that same great power to change people today.
 

 

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