D-DAY…we must always remember

Lianne Schneider - Seasons, Song and Spirit

 “Soldiers, sailors and airmen…The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving peoples everywhere march with you”               General Dwight D. Eisenhower, D-Day message

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I watched a young man on the news last night, in Normandy with his great grandfather, overlooking the wide open beach and the impossibly rugged, tall cliffs of the Normandy coast, saying honestly, “I can’t imagine putting my life on the line to cross that beach under heavy fire…I don’t think many of us can.” And yet, if we can’t imagine it, how are we to remember it and to honor the courage and the sacrifice of the thousands who gave their lives for our freedom? I remember as a teenager watching in awe and respect as the Cornelius Ryan book, The Longest Day, came to life on the “big screen.”

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