Sunday, May 31st, 2015

A Soldier Died Today

My friend , Andre Biane, shared this video with me and I couldn't resist passing it on to you. I have shared many Everyday Heroes Blogs with you over the last few years. My heroes have been men, women, organizations, and even animals. But the majority of the subjects for my Everyday Heroes Blogs have been people who served in the Armed Forces.Former military members make for easy subjects when we discuss Everyday Heroes because they are more often than not common people versus those who come from privilege.The attached video makes the distinction between those who have served in the military and those who become politicians. It goes on to distinguish the "word" of military men and women versus the "word" of politicians. It compares the character traits of each class: The Country Class versus the Political (or Ruling )Class.I ask you to remember which class ultimately fights for and sacrifices all for their country. I shouldn't have to remind you that it sure isn't the political class.Please take a couple minutes to watch this video and share it with your friends. Doing so will remind you of where Everyday Heroes come from and what they are made of.