Category Archives: Honor

A Beautiful Solution to a Heart-breaking Problem

I’ll bet it’s not often that a tough-looking biker club gets called beautiful, but I’m doing it now. Please click on the link to see why. So many of life’s difficult problems can be dealt with in such creative ways. … Continue reading

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When Words Aren’t Enough

This post is longer than most that I send, and it has even been abbreviated from the version I received from a friend. I believe it to be true but haven’t Snopesed it because I WANT it to be true, … Continue reading

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“The One I Didn’t Shoot Down!”

The New York Post tells the remarkable story of World War II American bomber pilot Charlie Brown and German Luftwaffe ace Franz Stigler, who instead of shooting down Brown’s crippled plane, flew alongside it and saluted. The story comes from … Continue reading

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A Humble Man Who Walked On The Moon Is Gone

Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon is gone. He died at age 82, leaving an amazing legacy. Goodbye, Mr. Armstrong. Thank you for modeling modesty while achieving great things. May your next journey be even more … Continue reading

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