Tag Archives: November 11

Remembrance Day Centennial

One of the reasons I wear my poppy year after year leading up to Remembrance Day, is to remind myself that freedom has a cost. And that cost is not just ‘a drop in the bucket,’ spare change for which … Continue reading

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Not a passive remembrance

I catch myself whenever I pin my poppy on my lapel wondering: How is it that I am living out this symbol of remembrance? In my own life, and in the community of faith, how are we demonstrating the values … Continue reading

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A Children’s Chat on Remembering

In the County of Flanders, in southern Belgium, there is a large field — a cemetery — lined row on row with white grave stones. Do you know who is buried there? — Soldiers, mainly from the First World War … Continue reading

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