- Dwight D. Eisenhower
Put your heart in prison for a moment to feel their sacrifice. Imagine the bullet before it cuts you down--your children, your wife, your world, a life. Imagine abject fear of chaos, screams of agony, torment in your ears as your brothers die miraculously slow deaths of torment all around you, all day, day after day after day after day. The horror.
Do you feel it?
If so, that is your Memorial Moment.
Feel it for them . . . just a moment taken from your peace and prosperity . . . your comfort.
Just a moment.
Feel it for them.
They who gave it all for your peace and prosperity.
What are you doing this Month of the Soldier?
Norman Douglas, he tells us, "You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertising." How do we honor the