Reflecting Upon D-Day and the Present Danger to Freedom
Remembering D-Day with the genuine sense of danger, destruction, and death that had stained that dark period of world history will soon be lost to the generations of youth who will inherit the future. D-day belongs to cobwebs of history, and the old, old soldiers who returned from the horrors of that war have faded into the shadows. There are few left today who were there, but the memories have been passed on, and the world dare not forget those who lost their lives on the beaches of Normandy on that day. Those brave men gave their lives that freedom could survive, and that others would be freed from tyranny. The reality of a Free World depends upon clear-minded people who love freedom so much that they would be willing to sacrifice their own lives for such Liberty, and that is why the very real sacrifices made on D-Day should always be remembered.