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We laugh about this stuff so we won't cry . . . here's a cute one courtesy of @thorninaz
MEOW! Amazing Life 24-7 brings us this amusing video. On Sharpe In The Morning, we're not big fans of conflict, but there's something strangely satisfying about watching these two women poke at and insult each other. You'll get a chuckle from it too . . .
A lot of scientists are liberal - not as liberal as Congressman Raul Grijalva - but liberal nevertheless. And most scientists are pretty smart, but the congressman really is not. And he proves it in a YouTube video. Rather than describe or explain it, we'll just invite you to watch it . . .
Chinese president Xi Jinping recently visited central America, and his glamorous wife, Peng Liyuan, stole the show. We think the soprano songbird really is a looker. What do you think?
Oh, and their daughter, Xi Mingze, isn't hard to look at either . . .
Memorial, remember, memory. Those words all have the same root. And they all involve conjuring up an image of someone or something we have seen with our own eyes or have been told about and created an image of in our brain.
On this Memorial Day, I would like you to consider memorializing someone you have never seen and never heard of.
When I was 11 years old, we moved to the Navajo Nation. It was the 1970s and just a few short years had passed since it was revealed to the world what the Navajo Code Talkers did in World War II. Almost three decades passed before their secret could be revealed.
Now, I would like you to consider how many soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines - and even those who worked to keep our country and Liberty safe while not wearing a uniform - never had their stories told. There could be many reasons why we don’t know their stories: the clandestine nature of their work; the fact that their work was so successful that their methods remained operational even after their particular conflict ended; or, simply, no one was there to witness their heroism except their Creator and their story was lost in the mists of time.
On this Memorial Day, I know the names of many great men who gave their lives in service to the United States and its ideal of Liberty. I pay honor and tribute to them. But I will also take a moment today to conjure up an image and a prayer for the souls and families of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice - who I never heard of and never will.
God Bless them and God Bless the United States of America.