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#BrusselsAttack: Why Do People Have To Die Before We Start Praying and/or Caring Enough To Be Kind To Each Other?

By now, much of the world has heard about the devastating tragedy that has struck Brussels. A horrifying terrorist attack that has (as of the time I’m writing this) killed 31 people and injured many more, as those tolls are … Continue reading

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#Paris: Twitter Says This Is Trending. Sadly, That’s All It Is To Some People

   As my wife drives us back from Charlotte to our home in Raeford, NC, I think a lot about the horrific events that unfolded in Paris last night. My heart truly aches for the city and all those directly … Continue reading

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September 11, 2001: Where Were You? #NeverForget911

On a beautiful, early morning at Fort Hood, Texas, I was a young, newly-promoted Army Sergeant doing my job as an ammunition specialist. That day, I did as I usually did and met with the unit who was doing the … Continue reading

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