Veteran’s Day


 

It is Veteran’s day. Armistice Day, too. End of the first world war, the first time we as a species decided to murder each other en masse. Let us hold precious the lives of every soldier, so their service is never taken in vain. Let us never forget their sacrifices. If you want to help, there are many charities which assist active duty and retired, and veterans of all wars. One that was recommended to me from a military family member is Fisher House, which helps military families visit injured and recovering veterans:

Today I can’t think of a better cause.

Fisher House

 

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  1. Patti Abbott

    Sometimes the most forgotten soldiers are the ones who died a few years later from alcoholism, drugs, wounds that were not tallied as part of the war.