Over the weekend, we saw the film American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood. For those of you who haven’t seen the film but are planning to, I promise I won’t give anything away. But I came home from it so inspired, I had to make this video immediately.
At one point in the film, the main character, Chris Kyle, was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, (PTSD), after returning home from war. PTSD became a heavy, cumbersome wheelchair, nearly tearing both Chris and his family apart. But Chris rallied. You’ll hear in the video how Chris helped himself and how he helped other vets coping not only with PTSD, but physical injuries, too. And I’ll share with you how he helped me.
Thank you from the deepest part of my heart to all the people in our American Armed Forces who lose limb and life to provide us with the blanket of freedom that keeps me warm at night. To State, City and Local Law Enforcement and First Responders, thank you for keeping our communities safe, making them an environment we want to build our homes in, plant our roots in and raise our families in. Society is in-debt to you more than we can ever repay.