Saturday, May 23, 2009

Respect the Dead by Honoring the Living

To those who bravely endeavor to seek liberty and justice for all. This is a salute to the special people in our lives. A good opportunity to show our abiding love and respect to all those who by their noble and gracious deeds continue to fight the good fight.

It is to these I am most grateful, the kinfolk and friends that despite adversity, continue to carry on the highest traditions of our divine human nature. It is only by living a good life filled with love and compassion; thus being an inspiration to others. That we can truly honor those who have preceded us in life. As we are indeed their living testimony.

It is good that we also honor the war dead, This I do without hesitation, but not just the military. I also acknowledge the millions of men, women. children who lost their lives to the horrors and evil of war.

People come into our lives for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. Take no one for granted and embrace all equally with joy!
Julie A. Manhan ...


masterwordsmith said...

Thank you for remembering unsung heroes in our lives, in our respective countries.

It is not easy to fight the good fight and it is only the brave, sincere and patriotic ones who endeavor to stand for justice in their own way.

God bless you, your readers and those unsung heroes and special people with a honorable calling...

Take care, Walt.

Helisoa said...

Dear Walt !

Thanks a lot for all heros who dead for Liberty !


Helisoa said...

Cher Walt,

merci pour cette tendre pensée...
merci pour ces mots pleins de sagesse en souvenir et respect de tous nos morts pour la Liberté...

Merci aussi pour ces quelques héros qui sont vivants encore parmi nous.

Prions pour que la Liberté et la Paix demeurent sur notre planète Terre.

Dieu bénisse nos vétérans de guerre !

Fraternellement vôtre,

Teresa Silverthorn said...

Well said, Keeper...very well said, indeed.

Helisoa said...

Dear Walt,

thank you for this tender thought ...
thank you for those words full of wisdom and respect in memory of all who died for our freedom ...

And thank you for those few heroes who are still living among us.

Pray that freedom and peace remain on our planet Earth.

God bless our veterans of war!

Fraternally yours,

Walt said...

Yes, those brave souls did their part, and their sacrifice is an inspiration to us all. And now it is up to us to keep the seeds of love and liberty growing. To be all that God intended us to be.

Helisoa said...

Dear Walt,

God blesses you !

All the best for you,



Robin Easton said...

What a beautiful and expansive post. The thing you said here that really got to me was when you said: "It is only by living a good life filled with love and compassion; thus being an inspiration to others. That we can truly honor those who have preceded us in life." Now, that is a powerful powerful truth. That is one that I so relate to. If we do not live, really live, even take risks and gather our courage to live fully, abundantly and with grace and intelligence then we have sinned (and I never use that word) but we have wasted the greatest gift we've been given. We have wasted the gift of Life. Aaah, you are wise my friend. Beautiful!! Hugging you, Robin

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