Memorial Day

Memorial Day is always such a hard day – for watching television – for remembering our soldiers of war –
and things have changed –
such great reverence that has been shown in the past, for lives that were lost… the graveyards and the attending to the graves… (the thankfulness from people that were liberated)
we don’t see that anymore,
such reverence is lost and gone, or going…
lives don’t seem to matter anymore.

‘for we wrestle… principalities and (supernatural) powers, the rulers of the darkness of this world’

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4 thoughts on “Memorial Day

    1. Our young men that have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan… where are their graves?
      What about the men that died in VietNam?
      WWII graves exist throughout european nations, and are well tended by those who were grateful to the soldiers for liberating them from the Nazi’s.

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