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Browns Gab Says “Thank you” to Those that Gave Their Lives on Memorial Day


Today, May 31, we celebrate the one who gave their life for our freedom. Today we celebrate Memorial Day 2010. Below you can read some of the most remembered and the best Memorial Day quotes to share the joy of this celebration and to pay the respect to those gone long time ago.

You can share your own favorites Memorial Day quotes in the comments below. Happy Memorial Day!

For love of country they accepted death… – James A. Garfield

For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity. – William Penn

The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children. – William Havard

On thy grave the rain shall fall from the eyes of a mighty nation! – Thomas William Parsons

We come, not to mourn our dead soldiers, but to praise them. – Francis A. Walker

The dead soldier’s silence sings our national anthem. – Aaron Kilbourn

Who kept the faith and fought the fight; The glory theirs, the duty ours. – Wallace Bruce

And I’m proud to be an American,
where at least I know I’m free.
And I won’t forget the men who died,
who gave that right to me. – Lee Greenwood

The brave die never, though they sleep in dust:
Their courage nerves a thousand living men. – Minot J. Savage


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3 Responses to “Browns Gab Says “Thank you” to Those that Gave Their Lives on Memorial Day”

  1. Dan B. says:

    “If you can read this, thank a Teacher, if you can read this in English thank a Vet” Unknown.

  2. Jerryown says:

    I had the pleasure of serving with some of the greatest warriors this planet will ever know. Thank y’ll for everything, OORAH! Semper Fi

  3. Denolakes says:

    This is always a good thing to remember those who served us in times of dire need. I only have this to add: no military ever fought for “freedom.” they fought for each other — and the chance — and it is only a chance — that we would breathe life into the democracy. Freedom is most often fought for in places like the courts of this country, every day. Civil rights, constitutional protections, and advancement of the democracy have all occurred not on the battlefields of the world, but most often in the courts, which I refer to as the churches of democracy. It is what we do with this precious chance that gives meaning to the ultimate sacrifice of these men and women over the centuries this country has existed and before. When we advocate for the rights of those in a minority to be heard, accounted for and not crushed under the weight of far too often a mindless majority, we are breathing life into the democracy and making it work. Honor those who served, while recognizing that it is but a part of the whole.

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