IN HONOR – IN MEMORIAM – REDUX

The time has come, the walrus said, to speak of many things, the most important of which is the impending arrival of November 11!

Call it Remembrance Day, as I do.  Call it Memorial Day.  Call it what you will, but Remember to honor those in uniform, past, present, and sadly, probably future, who unstintingly give whatever it takes to keep us and our society safe.

It has been 100 years since Canadian, John McCrae, in the middle of The War to End All Wars, composed the poem, In Flanders Fields.

Wear a poppy.  Honor the living.  Mourn the fallen.  Remember all you have, and who keeps it safe.

11 thoughts on “IN HONOR – IN MEMORIAM – REDUX

  1. 1jaded1 says:

    Yes. Never forget those who served. Thank you for the post, Archon.

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  2. Newbloggycat says:

    Beautiful tribute! 😌🌈

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  3. Rivergirl says:

    My father served in WWII, my husband in Vietnam. We remember…
    💕

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  4. Jim Wheeler says:

    Too many have died in unnecessary wars. Remember the Powell doctrine:

    Is a vital national security interest threatened?
    Do we have a clear attainable objective?
    Have the risks and costs been fully and frankly analyzed?
    Have all other non-violent policy means been fully exhausted?
    Is there a plausible exit strategy to avoid endless entanglement?
    Have the consequences of our action been fully considered?
    Is the action supported by the people?
    Do we have genuine broad international support?

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  5. Thank you for the lovely tribute. Many in my family are military, and I live in one of the largest military regions in the world.

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