“Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them.”
– Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial beginning of summer. Parades take place, the grill is dusted off for the first time.
But actually, it is much more than that.
Memorial Day is in remembrance of soldiers who fell in combat risking their lives for their country.
It is about gratitude.
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On Monday we honor the fallen.
But today, let’s not forget those who have been left to pick up the pieces.
(Let us) be better at remembering their sacrifice too.
Because there’s not enough “I’m so, so sorry,” that can be given.
But we can always listen.
To their loss.
To their fear.
To their joy.
To their pain.
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Lent is 40 days.
But Easter is 50!
During these past 50 (plus) days I have taken the time to be quiet; albeit extremely busy, in an effort to be more fully present with the people, places, or circumstances I found myself to be – while keeping my eyes wide open.
Looking back, I am so grateful that I did!
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