E-nabling The Future
Last October, a US Navy Veteran and retired pipe fitter, Howard Kamarata, was working on a home project and the miter saw he was using grabbed the piece of wood he was holding and threw it toward him and his left hand slipped under the blade.
He had cut off four of his fingers, just above the middle knuckles and the surgeons were only able to save the pinky finger, leaving him with 3 nubs where his pointer, middle and ring fingers use to be.
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Lt Col. Marvin C. Skaar I didn’t know you, but thank you for your service to our country. We know you suffered the pain for us in the 3 wars you fought. WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Without you and your brothers at arms we would not be free.
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My heart shatters for the children of Syria..
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We are not talking about it. It’s a shadow. Just far and away. We are not talking about it.
We are not talking about the children of Syria.
In February a report was presented to the U.N. Security Council that verifies the terror suffered by Syria’s children during three years of an insane conflict. But they don’t care. No action.
Children have been sexually abused. Raped. Executed. Children have been used as human shield. Their relatives have been tortured before them.
More than 10,000 have been killed. We are silent. They don’t exist. The children of Syria are far and away. Shadows and ashes that we ignore.
They are the true children of a lesser God.
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