Mykel Hawke’s OP-ED: Changing The Lives Of The Children Of Our Nation’s Fallen Heroes
By Beverly Pearlson,
In an excellent article in the Daily Caller, Retired US Army Special Forces Officer Mykel Hawke gives a heartfelt introduction to a wonderful new charitable organization, appropriately named Healing the Wounds. When our nation loses a Son or Daughter in service to our country, it is a deep and tragic loss. For the children of these Heroes, the loss is devastating and profound. Healing the Wounds charter is to attempt to heal the precious hearts of these children.
Please see the article below and pass this to all your email lists. Please post on your blogs and all over the cyber world. Please consider a membership, it is a small fee and YOU can make a difference in the lives of these precious children. With your help, we can send a message to these kids that we as a nation appreciate the sacrifice their loved one made on our behalf. I truly believe we all can help their hearts heal!
With A Mother’s Heart,
The Band of Mothers
“I’m a proud board member of Healing the Wounds, a charitable organization that has been chartered to support and mentor the forgotten children of America’s fallen heroes. Needless to say, few of us can fathom the horror, pain and suffering that the children of fallen soldiers have been forced to endure. Sadly, most will carry their emotional scars well into adulthood. They will struggle from feelings of sadness, anger and depression throughout their lives.
While much of society is laser-focused on what is wrong, Healing the Wounds was created to focus on the possible — to brighten futures through a positive, solutions-based initiative designed to build character, self-confidence and leadership skills.” [read more . . . ]
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