It’s the little things in life that can make a big difference.
Just standing up for your beliefs is one of them and not backing down when confronted by the media and a few loudmouth malcontents.
It seemed like a little thing when Rosa Parks decided not to move to the back of the bus.
While not as significant of Rosa Park’s defiance, consider the sign at Schuler’s Bakery on Springfield, Ohio. The big blue sign on the front door includes this notice:
This store is politically incorrect. We say Merry Christmas, God bless America, we salute our flag & give thanks to our troops, police officers and firefighters. If this offends you, you are welcome to leave. In God we trust.
The Owners told The Blaze that business has doubled since this image of the sign went viral.
It’s a small way for people to show their support for a worldview under attack by media elites and so-called social progressives.
As expected, there were some people who did not like the sign and said they would not do business with Schuler’s in the future. New customers will make up for the loss.
In fact, I think it would be a good idea if all businesses posted what they believe and support. If boxes of cereal and canned goods are required to include a list of ingredients, maybe customers should ask business establishments to post what they believe.
For example, I saw this in the window of a business in Charleston, SC:
It’s a free country. The owners of this store are free to believe what they want and so far I’m free not to believe what they’re selling.
It’s a win-win.