This nearly brought tears to my eyes

Turn your volume down, get everyone to leave you alone, and take four minutes and watch the entire thing.

Just watch it and think about what you’re seeing.

(My thanks to Stacy Reller for highlighting this and bringing it to my attention.)

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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10 responses to “This nearly brought tears to my eyes

  1. This did leave tears in my eyes. Sometimes, some really great things are shared on Facebook. This, is one of them.


  2. Reblogged this on Stacy Reller and commented:
    RIP Soldier!

    I initially first saw this on Facebook, and shared it. And since my friend Stan blogged about it, I thought I would share the blog (I don’t know how to share the videos that people post on FB quite yet).

    This brought tears to my eyes. It was an amazing sight, May God Bless that Soldier’s family!


    • Thanks so much for reblogging this, Stacy!!! (And for alerting me initially as well.)

      It’s such a moving thing to watch, and I think every American ought to at least have to sit there in silence and watch it…


  3. Something like this is happening all too often in Israel right now.


  4. What do you mean “nearly”?


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