In 1945, the men who were fortunate enough to return from serving in World War II, became heroes of recovery. Defenders of liberty.
These days, men (women and children) are caught up in a global economic war, so you don’t need to wear a military or marine uniform, to still be a soldier or a hero of this rebuilding effort in the world. You can be forgiven too, for feeling like you’re recovering from fighting for country in a war. The war is invisible, so perhaps it’s highly likely, that you have been.
This 1945 painting in oil by artist R.E Anderson speaks today. Courage and strength to serve one’s country. Let’s make America stronger.
[Painting, Aunt E's art collection archives]
As I write these words in a cafe in Hollywood, Journey‘s song Faithfully is being sung by Gregg Rolie, from Journey’s 1983 album Frontiers. Here’s the song for your entertainment. Lyrics follow after the jump. What a beautiful song. Have a great day. :)
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