September 3, 2009

Generations of Wounded Spirits, the Heirs of Tomorrow

Generational consequences abound with the wars of today, especially the soldiers, veterans and families, for they have been spiritually wounded.

But, I feel the revival of a movement birthing. One of acceptance and healing, instead of the current paradigm of rejection and exclusivity.


  1. I have a veteran resource suggestion for you...please email me at your earliest convenience. Thanks -

    Doug Karr, US Navy Vet

  2. I just finished a book by Jonathan Shay, MD, PhD titled Odysseus in America, about soldiers returning from Viet Nam. He thinks we as a society need to develop some kind of purification ritual for those returning from combat. "What I have in mind is a communal ritual with religious force tht recognizes that everyone who has shed blood, no matter how blamelessly, is in need of purification... The commiunity as a whole, which sent these young people to train in the prifession of arms and to use those arms, is in no less need of purification."

    What do you think about that?

    Peg S

  3. Hi Scott,

    I hope you are doing well. Just wanted to let you know that we are getting closer to having the Web Memorial Wall go live. I'm going to link to your site too. Then in a few months(hopefully sooner) come the audio files and the artwork from a veteran. I'll let you know soon..Thanks for your help!



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