Evenings Reflections: D-Day with kd Lang and Dueteromy ​

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. Thousands others, injured, adjusting to new lives. We’re told many became aware of their assignment mere hours before. We are forever grateful forever for their sacrifices … and how they have inspired us to be courages.

In our own way.

PEACE AND LOVE,

cam

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About Cam Tait 318 Articles
Follower of Christ, husband, father, grandfather, Edmonton Sun columnist, Oiler Entertainment Group writer, co-author of Disabled? Hell No! I’m a Sit-Down Comic, speaker, comedian, former Edmonton Journal columnist, member of the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities and closet Beverly Hillbillies mega fan and (very small) closet disco singer.

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