To the people who have lost someone through death I am sorry on behalf of our current President. The death of a loved one is one where we should unite as people and help feel with each other the pain a person goes through. Helping to grieve with them and let each other know that we are not alone that we have each other’s support. Losing a loved one is a difficult time where the life of the family dynamics completely change. That person was a good person and they fought their battles and with all their heart they gave up their life for their family as well as their country (and all of us human beings).
The people who gave up their lives are amazing and are forever blessed into the kingdom. “For God so loved the world he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16) They are kept alive on this Earth, because these are people who gave up everything so less privileged people could fight the constant battle and be recruited into possibly their calling into the military. To the ones who lost someone take your time to cry out and feel these emotions. Those emotions are given, because crying with others who empathize with us and allow us to cry will help the healing process. Crying is not a weakness, instead crying is what God gave us to realize that we are human and we are allowed to be broken until we can be healed through Him.