As we have approached Remembrance Day – I have been ruminating over what this day is: a day to remember.
Rightly so, we focus on the soldiers who have fought and sacrificed everything. We see their photos and honour the dead. We proudly display the photos and medals of our forefathers, family, friends who have served or who are currently serving.
With the world as it is today – I remember what they sacrificed, fought and often died for.
Being in my 50s, I grew up knowing soldiers who had returned from WWII.