“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Manchester Airport and thank you for flying with us! And for the Military Service Members on board: Welcome home! In the name of the captain and his crew, I want to thank you for your service. We are glad you are back safely and we appreciate your service and…Read More
Imagine the relief overseas, when deployed soldiers know that their families are supported by their communities.
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War has always been part of human life and history. War lives on in those who have lost their soul, their trust, their feeling of safety. War is a constant companion of those who are forced to live a life that is far removed from what they had dreamed of, planned for and deserve. And most certainly, war lives on in every Veteran and his family who doesn’t get the help to heal…Read More
War is the result of a mindset of separation. As long as we believe and live as if we were separated from each other, and focus our actions on our differences instead of what we have in common, we will not be able to overcome war as a means to solve conflicts.Read More
Accepting help is more difficult than helping others. Bob’s courage to reach out when he needed it makes him an exceptional role model for many Veterans who are trying to deal with their trauma and past alone.Read More
Bob Culver is one of the Veterans I had the honor of working with in San Francisco for the EFT for War Veterans movie. I just learned that Bob lost all his belongings in a fire in Veterans day. Click here to donate for the Fundraiser for Bob… Bob and I had our very first…Read More
by Thich Nhat Hanh Veterans are the light at the tip of the candle, illuminating the way for the whole nation. If Veterans can achieve awareness, transformation, understanding and peace, they can share with the rest of society the realities of war. And they can teach us how to make peace with ourselves and…Read More