Whenever courage is demonstrated before us, we take notice —and, in heartfelt unison, ponder the same question: how did they do what they did? Because, to us, it is impossible to replicate what we see with such unselfishness. How? Thursday was such a circumstance: we paused to remember one of World War II’s most recognized operations — D-Day — when 359 Canadians were killed.
In our own way.
PEACE AND LOVE,