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“Never has there been a good war or a bad peace” – Benjamin Franklin
I frequently drive past this National Cemetery every week on my way to somewhere. It is almost one mile long by at least as deep of perfectly spaced white marble grave markers and beautifully manicured green lawn.
It is a very hard place to not be conscious of while driving past. Today seemed a little different and I was compelled to go in. It seemed fitting to pay my respects to these young men and women to whom I have never met, but yet had felt a deep sadness that all of them had lost their lives at too young an age.
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