Dear Veteran,

“If you search up the word “courage” online, it will define it as strength in the face of pain or grief.This strength, which cannot be overstated, is often attributed topeople such as yourself: soldier.Who make a promise to their country. A promise to protect others, even at the cost of your own life.It is difficult to articulate how thankful people are for your service. I cannot begin to fathom the sacrifices you have made in order to maintain your promise to protect those in need.I’m not sure if I will be able to thank you properly for what you have done, but I will try.Thank you for what you have given up in order to preserve the safety of the public. Thank you forrisking your own safety for your country, despite the many of the citizens of your country not evenknowing your name. Thank you, above all, for being a hero whose courage far outweighs the courageof most people.”

Thank you.

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