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Sunday, November 20, 2005

A Thanksgiving Tribute to those who are currently or have fought for Liberty and Freedom, wherever you are

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for what we have. This means not only being thankful for the food we have on our table, the clothes we have on our backs, or for having our family members and friends, but for the freedoms we have due to the efforts of others.

This site is not intended to be political. How we individually regard our quests for liberty and freedom is simply one form of human nature. Therefore, I am including a video clip that, although I found it on Veterans' Day, I feel is appropos now too, on this holiday when we most express our overall gratitude.

Whether you like war or not (and who in actuality does?), sometimes wars have to be fought to protect or save or free other people, or ourselves. I'm using this clip, which doesn't take any sides, to merely extend a thanks-giving to each and every person, who was, or is, in the armed forces, whatever your personal beliefs.

Go to Dale’s “Meanderings and Musings from Mimico.” When you get to these archived pages from November 2005, scroll down to his Nov. 11 post, turn up your sound, and click on “please click on this link.”

Thank you, Dale, and also a wholehearted thanks to Anvilcloud at "Raindrops" for informing me about this clip through his Nov. 11 post.

5 Comments:

Blogger Anvilcloud said...

I'm glad that it touched you; it did me too.

11/20/2005 5:19 PM  
Blogger Dale said...

You're quite welcome, Darlene. Thanks for dropping by. I wish you peace. And a Happy Thanksgiving.

11/20/2005 6:54 PM  
Blogger kathy said...

Darlene

Happy Thanksgiving!

11/22/2005 7:43 PM  
Blogger Darlene said...

Thanks, and Happy Thanksgiving to you too, and to everyone else in my new "family" of bloggers. (Yes, I do feel as if you're family, or at least dear friends.) I so appreciate hearing from all of you, and learning from you. Like my neighborhood, you've all added warmth to my life, and made me feel more fulfilled.

11/22/2005 8:25 PM  
Blogger katty said...

I love when my husband and i pass time together specially when we are with all the family celebrating the thanksgiving. Is sure this year we´ll be happy all of us together and enjoying. But i am thankful because my husband buy viagra and he has more self-steem.I am really happy.

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