Each year we are supposed to be reminded by a particular day on the calendar of the sacrifices that have been made for us. Take two minutes today to remember those who fought so that you and I don’t have to.
It is November 11th, and time to remember all of those who stood in the way of danger for our future. And since the Canadian government seems to have removed the Pittance of Time video from their website, I’m putting the Youtube version of it here this year… I suggest taking a few minutes during your day, at 11:00 am if possible but any time if not, to remember.
November 11, 1918: the signing of Armistice, the end of the War to End All Wars…only it wasn’t. Millions have died in wars since, and millions will undoubtedly die in future conflicts.
Remembrance Day is the the time we take each year to contemplate the men and women who went to war and still do today so that you and I can live in prosperity. Those who came back broken in body and spirit, those who came home changed in ways I can only begin to imagine, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice.