In 1918, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, “The War to end all wars” ended. 20 years later, on the brink of another World War, Congress voted to make Armistice Day on official federal holiday. After World War II, we continued to celebrate Armistice Day, changing the name to Veteran’s Day. Most people no longer associate the day with the end of that first Great War, but rather with those who have served throughout our history, those who are serving now and with a prayer for peace.
Thank you to
My brother, you embody duty and honor and service.
My grandfathers, both living and dead.
My friends, it’s hard to square noble service to country with the goofballs that you all are, but there you have it.
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To the young men whom I knew as little boys, thank you for serving now. I pray you return safe and whole. To your mothers and fathers and brothers and sisters, I pray for God’s peace on you.
To all those men and women who have served and are serving, thank you.