FAITH in the Constitution

Faith is the confindent belief or trust in the truth or trustworthiness in a person, idea or thing The word Faith represents the Constitution, because citizens had to have faith in one another, in order to work as a more perfect union. This goes back to the number one goal, found in the Preamble. The number one goal states, " In order to form a more perfect union". This means the citizens must work together, in order to work as one.

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The picture represents "faith", because faith is about being confident in who/what you trust or believe. In this example, you see the fish seperating from the others, and taking a leap of faith. Taking a leap of faith, may be a risk but you never know until you try.

Constituiton Quote: " I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to death your right to say it." - Voltaire

Created by Vanessa period 7

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I LOVE THE PICTURE VANESSA!!!! and i love how you connected the picture to faith and faith to the constitution. good job! -Selena

Vanessa:
i really like your wiki page, especially the picture! :) I also really like your connection between faith and the Constitution (the way the states have to have faith in each other in order to work together). I love your quote, but i don't really see how it connects to the Constitution or faith. But I like your page. A lot.
sage

Awesome! You did really well, you made it your own i love the picture. -Lauren (2)

I really wouldn't connect Faith to the constitution, but you make me understand how after reading this!
-Suzanna