Remember Pearl Harbor, never again. The Pearl Harbor motto.
On the morning of December 7, 1941 there was a surprise military attack on Pearl Harbor, a U.S. naval base in Hawaii. The battle was the tipping factor that convinced the United States to enter into World War II.
As we come together in remembrance, we celebrate the ultimate triumph of the human spirit. However, no matter the result, war is always brutal and ugly. My dad (shown here in his WWII uniform) hated all war. Besides WWII, he also served in the Korean conflict and spent his civilian career working in a Veterans’ Hospital. He witnessed the human devastation of war everyday. I pray that we learn from our past and embrace the motto–never again.
Affirmation: I remember.
Coaching questions: How do you connect to this day in history? What contribution can you make to “never again?”
2 thoughts on “Remembering Pearl Harbor”
Such a handsome man. His strength shines through. You are blessed to have had such a great role model. Love you.
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I was greatly blessed to have him as my dad. Love you too!