America remembers Veterans twice a year, Veteran Day and Memorial Day. It is important to our country to recognize all the sacrifices our past and present service men and women make for this country.
Our country should make it a point to look for thoughtful way to honor and preserve the memory of their service every single day. Nationally, we do not do a good job of giving the veterans what they need to live a life of value.
It’s easy to tell our soldiers, thank you for serving our country, while they are in uniform. When a solider becomes a Veteran, theirs heroic faces disappears and we no longer see or treat them as heroes.
It is our moral obligation as citizens, to continue seeing our service men and women as servants who sacrifice their lives so that we can continue to achieve peace and democracy for the country.
As we continue to express our gratitude, we should never forget the highest appreciation is to show them just how much we really care.
Post By Len Thicklin
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