Children in the US are beginning to add the word "someday" to the end of the Pledge of Allegiance. Some conservative types will be offended . they could go back the the original that omits any reference to a God and talks about my flag rather than the flag (that came during the Cold War when we hated the godless communist Russians).
Perhaps the best would be a hybrid of the original with someday tacked on..
I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all... someday
Redelmeier’s job in the trauma center was, in part, to check the understanding of the specialists for mental errors. “It isn’t explicit but it’s acknowledged that he will serve as a check on other people’s thinking,” said Rob Fowler, an epidemiologist at Sunnybrook. “About how people do their thinking. He keeps people honest. The ﬁrst time people interact with him they’ll be taken aback: Who the hell is this guy, and why is he giving me feedback? But he’s lovable, at least the second time you meet him.” That Sunnybrook’s doctors had come to appreciate the need for a person to serve as a check on their thinking, Redelmeier thought, was a sign of how much the profession had changed since he entered it in the mid-1980s. When he’d started out, doctors set themselves up as infallible experts; now there was a place in Canada’s leading regional trauma center for a connoisseur of medical error. A hospital was now viewed not just as a place to treat the unwell but also as a machine for coping with uncertainty. “Wherever there is uncertainty there has got to be judgment,” said Redelmeier, “and wherever there is judgment there is an opportunity for human fallibility.”