It's Memorial Day. In recent years, more and more people have become ignorant of what that means. This holiday is for the remembrance of military members who died while serving. The picnics and cookouts are a result of the tradition of picnicking in cemeteries while cleaning up and placing flowers on the graves of soldiers. I had a discussion this morning with a woman who thinks that once a certain amount of time has passed, we should no longer spend any time remembering them. Really? Does the passage of time somehow make their ultimate sacrifice less important? Should we forget that they gave their lives so we could live ours purely because they did it in WWI instead of last week? I don't get it. Likewise, I don't get thanking currently serving military members today...they appreciate the thought, but think about this: Would you want to be the soldier who lived while the person next to you was killed by an IED being thanked for your service on a day meant to honour him or her?
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