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A Military Chaplain Remembers

By Pierre Bergeron

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This week at the National War Memorial in Ottawa

On Remembrance Day I’m deeply moved as I watch young and old veterans with watery eyes lay a wreath or a poppy on a tombstone as they remember the time, the place and how their buddies laid down their life in seas, foreign fields and beaches.

That’s why survivors of war have made a commitment to “the fallen” to remember them. God help us not to forget.

Remembrance Day is a special opportunity to remember and honour the thousands of leaders, men and women who surrendered their dreams and ambitions. They laid down their lives to defend the very principles of freedom that our nation enjoys and so many seem to take for granted.  This day is also an opportunity to be reminded of the painful scars our veterans carry hidden in their memories.

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