Sunday, March 12, 2006

Another Plea for E-Mails for the Fallen

This is a reprint of an article I wrote Friday. I believe it is so relevent and necessary that it deserves to be written everyday. I just don't know how to keep an article on top of all the other articles...yet. This is someone we know or about. The identity has to be kept secret because, as I noted earlier, it is a secret. If I say anymore, the people may figure it out, and the surprise wouldn't work. I do not want to take that away from them. Please read this, and do what you can. Thank you.

This was in an e-mail sent to me by JP. He is the one who is doing all the work over at I am very moved by this, and I believe you will be as well. They are not asking for anything more than an e-mail, a 'Thank you', anything of encouragement. Please don't delay.
Deploying for Iraq in the middle of 2005 this soldier was in for a huge project dedicating to a 1 year long deployment. Not only had this soldier made a huge decision to protect his country but he also decided to dedicate his life in marriage to his high school sweet heart days before leaving on his mission... If you would like to contribute to "Operation: Honor A Hero," please send emails of support to The organizer will be collecting emails until April 2, 2006. The collection of emails will be arranged into a gift scrapbook, and given to the family. (Read More)
God bless your family and you. We honor and thank you so much for your service to our country. Thank you for giving your life so that we may remain free as long as we have the breath to carry on. I pray for your family. God, please take them into your care. Comfort them, heal them, lift them up above all the nonsense. Thank you. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.

Update: I have spoken with the coordinator of this e-mail, and I am convinced this is a legitimate and urgent plea for e-mails. They are necessary for a project that will be due before next month. Please, find it in your heart to send some words of encouragement, condolences, or whatever you wish. Just do not send anything negative. Do not be a creep! (That is for all you anti-American Pinko folks.)