Why the Medal of Honor Recipient is a Shining Example (via Find – Fulfill – Flourish)


This is an excellent article from a blogsite that I just learned of… Find – Fulfill – Flourish. Please take the time to read their page… it is an excellent source of inspiration and shines a terrific light on important issues like Spirituality, Faith, Values, and Life Fulfillment. There will be a link to their blog over on the right side of my page this afternoon, under the “Other Sites That I Enjoy” list.

As for what’s in this article that they wrote… It is about one of our true American heros, Staff Sgt Salvatore Giunta. If that name rings a bell, it’s because he is our most recent recipient of the Medal Of Honor and the first living recipient since the Vietnam War. Please read the article written by the folks over at Find-Fulfill-Flourish as it details the moment that he earned the honor and when he rose to the calling of his higher purpose here on Earth. It is an enjoyable read filled with inspirational and motivational points.

Why the Medal of Honor Recipient is a Shining Example Why the Medal of Honor Recipient is a Shining Example Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta was awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor conferred by the United States, for his incredible valor.  President Obama presented it to him on October 25, 2010. He is the first living recipient since the Vietnam War, and he is more than a military hero, he is truly a role model.  President Obama commented that Sgt. Giunta is as humble as he was her … Read More

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2 Responses to Why the Medal of Honor Recipient is a Shining Example (via Find – Fulfill – Flourish)

  1. bunkerville says:

    We are so blessed that we have those who are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. This week was horrific in the death toll. Thought and prayers to the families that lost their loved ones this holiday season.

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