Until i am out of ammo or i am out of blood i will fight for america shirt. Tonight across this world many people will go to bed for the very last time. It’s a sad and daunting thought because culturally we try our hardest not to think about our own mortality. We are raised worrying about the future, regretting the past and being anywhere but present in our daily life. Tonight, people will fight over silly things, leave hopes and dreams on the table, and forget to say the words treasured most by the ones they love. Life is now and we forget to live it fully because we are biding our time in search monetary possessions we simple can’t take with us and won’t matter when we are gone.
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We all are going to die – it’s inevitable. Many of us on this page have first hand experience on how quickly it can happen when it was least expected. What if we lived for today? What if we said what needed to be said? Until i am out of ammo or i am out of blood i will fight for america shirt. And what if we validated each other through acts of kindness? You are going to die….my hope for you is that it is many fruitful and happy years from now, however you just don’t know. It’s time…. Start living in the moment. Start doing what sets your soul on fire. And start being an active part of your life today.
One year ago on April 3 my husband and I were lying in bed talking about a co-worker who’d had a baby that day. We were reminiscing about the births of our children. Such happy, joyous times. We were laughing and crying at the same time. Such a wonderful memory. The next day I came home from work and found him face down in the front yard. Some time between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. that day, he had passed away. Yes, death can happen in an instant. A year later, I’m working through my grief. Now I’m trying to live for today and in the moment. Thank you for your daily encouragement.
Fight for america until I am out of blood
I am not Irish-American, just like you are not African-American. If you were born here, you are an AMERICAN. I will never be ashamed of Our Country. I’ve been to prison for fighting a police officer and I did not serve in our military. I didn’t grow up well off and my dad was never in my life. You think I would hate this place like most of you do. My point is this… Everyone goes through hard times and hits a rough patch. Should we cry and blame our current situation on our past? I chose to look in the mirror and fix what was wrong with me. I love my family, this country and those who defend it. Don’t tell me about “Flag Code”. Go tell someone burning it and wiping their feet with it.