In Episode 101, we honor our veterans this week in the USA for all they have sacrificed for our freedom. We also remember veterans around the world who represent their country’s citizens.
Veterans are outstanding people.
They’ve sacrificed so much of their emotional, mental and physical strength for our benefit.
They’ve experienced horrors which we will never know and live with those traumas for many years after they leave the military.
Some have lost limbs, had permanent and temporary injuries, traumatic brain injuries as well as post traumatic stress disorder.
These injuries may take months or years to heal, if they ever do.
And their families welcome them home and help them endure the aftermath of illness, injury and war.
So on Veterans Day, this week on November 11th in the USA, and on your Veterans Day around the world, we thank those who put their lives on the line for our safety and freedom.
But we also thank their family and friends who love them and care for them as they recover.
Bless all of you!
If you are having difficulty, please use the following assistance:
Visit my Crisis Connections page on this site to find telephone helpline counselors to speak with all around the world. Don’t be shy; they are there to help when you are having a hard time.
You can also visit the Gary Sinise Foundation‘s suicide prevention telephone line. If you are a veteran in crisis or concerned about one, caring VA responders are standing by to help. Dial 1-800-273-8255 and press 1.
The Disabled American’s Veterans organization or DAV.org is ready to help, as well.
Search for homeopathic doctors with the designation CCH in your area of the world. Read their sites and speak with them to determine whom you would feel most comfortable working with.
With Much Love,