downtherabbittrail105 karma2014-12-28 04:48:11 UTC
Your ability to forgive them is inspiring. May God bless you and your family.
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downtherabbittrail90 karma2014-12-28 04:01:05 UTC
Thank you so much for your service sir. Having been on the death march, interacting with both your captors and fellow prisoners of war and facing your own mortality at that time, what is the greatest lesson you learned, the greatest truth about life and living as a result of your experience?
downtherabbittrail52 karma2014-12-28 04:43:43 UTC
Thank you sir, I agree completely. If you do not mind, may I ask -- what activities have you practiced in your life since your time during the war that have proven essential to maintaining your health and wellbeing?
downtherabbittrail31 karma2014-11-09 18:49:14 UTC
Is your caregiver a family member or someone outside your family? What is it like to have to depend on a caregiver for some of your needs? I am a caregiver and I want to make sure that I am as compassionate and unobtrusive as possible to those individuals that I work with.
Peace to you and thank you for posting to this forum.
downtherabbittrail18 karma2014-12-28 04:59:26 UTC
You are awesome! Thank you!!
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