Memorial Day: Remembering The Dead

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It’s Memorial Day in the United States today.

This is the day to remember those who died in war. Not just soldiers, and not just our own veterans – that’s Veteran’s Day.

Today is to remember those soldiers who died, yes.

But it also a day to remember those civilians who died.

And it is a day to remember those on the "other side" who died.

This is a day to remember those who died because of war.

This is a day to strengthen our resolve so that we add as few names as possible before next Memorial Day.

-me, an Army vet.

Featured Photo by Chad Madden on Unsplash

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