Do you have any relatives currently fighting overseas?
who are they, and how does it impact your life?
No, I don't have anyone in my family or relatives currently fighting overseas.
yes i have a nephew serving in Afghanistan he is on his last tour then he will leave the army He has seen to many of his friends killed. That is is a lot for a twenty year old to carry through his life.
the inhumanity of war and terrorism.
i have a cousing in afghanistand in the army. I know he is doing fine, and keeps his mind and morale up strong, I just always pray to that God will protect him. But I have also dated a Marine, and understand that they are all fighting for freedom, and they feel very strongly about it. They take pride in it, so I just respect there position and encourage them to do their best. Some times it is frightening, and sometimes you don't hear from them for days or months, but it's having faith that God watched out for them, and they will be home when they can be.
I have a few relatives and several several great friends overseasn all parts of the world.
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