Etched in the sands of time

12 thoughts on “Etched in the sands of time”

      1. Frankly, I couldn’t decide whether to be sad, or relieved, that the “reminder” was only temporary. As beautiful as it was, numbers on a page are a lot easier to live with day to day… 😳

  1. Beautiful and haunting.
    Reality of how temporary and fragile life is
    Reality of home many willingly stepped up and gave their lives to help and defend people they didn’t even know.
    Tribute not only to peace, but also to courage and willingness to do hard things no matter the cost.
    One of the best treasures you’ve shared

  2. A powerful message. It is perhaps a time to correct one widely held misconception–a lot of those brave men were not there willingly. They were conscripted into the Army, and went where they were ordered to go because refusal would result in imprisonment. Nevertheless, they deserve our respect and admiration.

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