Memorial Day is a Holiday in America to Remember our Fallen Military

Posted May 26, 2020 by stilsonlewis

Those who've fallen in the service of their country are honored in the United States of America on Memorial Day.

At this time of a partial opening of businesses and places in the United States, this important holiday in American culture for commemorating and honoring all those who served in the military, is not neglected or forgotten.  Many people go to cemeteries to leave their offerings of flowers or stones among the many cultural and religious practices found in the US.  There are flags adorning the doors of houses showing  respect to fallen heroes on this national holiday.  Taking into account the current circumstances and all the regulations, the wearing of masks and gloves, social distancing, and no meetings of more than 10 people in the same space should be followed. Just the celebration of this day reminds us of  traditions of a life that is slowly returning to normality or gives us high hopes that we are on that path.  “The society runs on men and women of good will. Public workers, opinion leaders, those in the private sector who do their jobs are, in the great majority, people of good will. If they weren’t, they long since would have ceased to serve. The way to happiness is far more easily followed when one supports people of good will.”  L. Ron Hubbard. @waytohappinesstampa-- 
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Issued By Olga Fajardo
Country United States
Categories Defense , Government , Lifestyle
Tags good will , Memorial Day , Flags , Cemetery
Last Updated May 26, 2020