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Courage


Courage

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Traci Wise: I found my son sitting having a moment with his daddy (SFC Benjamin Wise) the other day. We lost him January 15 in Afghanistan… we cannot forget about the incredible loss these children must undertake.”

A true hero

Worth the long pin. We need more men with hero's hearts, and less boys with "swag".

"Fear and Courage are Brothers" - The Six Attributes of Courage | Psychology Today www.psychologytod...

Terry Fox July 28/58 – June 28/81 “I'm not a dreamer; I'm not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.” In 1980, Terry Fox decided to run across Canada to raise both awareness and money for cancer research. Terry accepted no money (for himself) and refused all corporate sponsorships. In total, he ran 3,339 miles over 143 days. The Annual Terry Fox Run continues to raise funds for cancer research. (*From Winnipeg!)

Pacific Crest Trail #Recipe #hair #food #DIY

One loving and amazing mom

No excuses

Spreading hope TO and THROUGH hearts in need. The Aaron Grider Foundation (AGF) is a ministry-based organization connecting people and creating opportunities to serve. AGF seeks to partner, empower, and assist “orphans and widows in their affliction” (James 1:27). By building bridges for the surviving spouses and children of United States fallen service members, AGF seeks to spread hope to and through hearts in need — to remind and renew the spirit and to participate in a greater story being told, a story larger than ourselves. AGF provides opportunities for families of fallen soldiers to gather in community to address their grief and learn to live in the “new normal”. The foundation also seeks to re-energize grieving families through service to those less fortunate. Finally, AGF provides congregational resources for those who wish to support Gold Star families in their own church bodies. AGF’s mission is achieved by the shared efforts of a devoted staff, Board of Directors, and dedicated volunteers to include surviving spouses, soldiers, veterans, and civilians who honor our military heroes and their families who give the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom and protection of others.

Honoring their sacrifice and service.