Five Years Ago Today

Jefferson Memorial

It was on Memorial Day five years ago that I decided to start posting daily brief messages. This post will be the 1300th short message without missing a weekday, not including Saturdays and Sundays. Thank you, everyone, who has been reading these brief messages and especially for those of you who were there at the beginning in 2009. As you can see in the archives, I started posting in 2009 not knowing what I wanted to write. During that time, I wasn’t publishing consistently until May 30, 2011. I hope these messages will continue to inspire you as I post them each day of the week for another five years!

Cheers!

Eugene

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

There is nothing nobler than risking your life for your country. — Nick Lampson

When a young 18-year-old goes into battle, he or she is risking life to protect us from afar. Unfortunately, many of our soldiers return home after making the ultimate sacrifice. That’s part of war life. The soldiers have been trained to protect each other so that they can make it home safely to see their families again. There are wives, husbands, moms and dads, kids praying for the protection and safe return of their loved ones. Let us honor and thank our men and women in the services that they have been providing for us to live peacefully at home.

 

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