When we think of Remembrance Day, it is a time when we go deep inside ourselves with heartfelt, somber thoughts and prayers for the millions of humans who were injured and those who paid the ultimate price in war. It is a special day in Canada . . . a day which can evoke tears from the perceived toughest person. It is a day which can unite people both young and old in shared grief. It is a day for honouring those who gave us freedom and the country that we live in today.
Reana Selody Joubert
Pondering, mulling, musing with pen in hand about animals or people, sometimes family or sometimes wild. Oh, and news & events, too.
We acknowledge the First Nations of Musqueam, Tsawwassen, Tsleil-watuth, Qayqayt, Kwikwetlem, Katzie, and Kwantlen whose unceded land we
work, play, and reside. Thank you, Honoured Ones.
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