The 11th Hour, the 11th Day, the 11th Month


Yes, it is a cool date. 

Very good number in Chinese culture. 

Powerful combination in Angel numbers.

Very important number in History .

My Grandfather - World War I

So, instead of talking about how cool it is, read  the history of World War I, and understand what those numbers really mean in our lives.


3 responses

  1. That is a really cool picture of your grandfather.

    I grew up a Navy brat, so I was around military fold most of my formative years.

    I had an uncle who was a POW in WWII, he was an incredible man to know.
    My father served in Korea.

    This should be a day of remembrance, and a commitment towards peace.

    I wish there wasn’t a need for this holiday…that there was no need for the military, for wars, for remembering those who serve this country, often to the death.

    I appreciate there are people who do this…and am very thankful that they have such pride in their country and serve so loyally. I’m often amazed that we have so many who are willing to do this.
    Thank you.

  2. In Canada, at 11:00 on the 11th day of the 11th month (Remberence Day) folks are asked to give a moment of silence in honour of those who have lost their lives in service of their country. It’s considered a secular holiday; that folks should send the day thinking of service, committment, and peace.
    I live the movement I’ve been reading about that wants to put vetrans back into vetran’s day — something honourable that should be done.

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