Memorial Day tribute: A reason to live, a reason to die

Memorial Day.

A day to remember.

To remember that our freedom came at a price.

To remember that that we enjoy our liberty because of the friends and strangers who decided our freedom and liberty was worth dying for.


Remember our fallen friends and strangers; and remember that they lived their life with a conviction that they had something to die for.

What about you?

In what do you believe so strongly that you’d be willing to die for it?

If you don’t know, that’s OK – but it’s time to figure it out.  Can you really live, without a reason to die?


And as you remember those fallen friends and strangers, ask yourself: how will friends and strangers remember me?


To all the fallen friends and strangers who have made my life the blessing that it is: thank you.


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