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It’s Not Remembrance Day, But It Should Be Every Day

Katherine Monet

November 11 is really the confirmed date of Remembrance Day, which has passed some weeks ago. Why should there be only one day to remember the day the soldiers fought for their country to keep the rest of the world alive? I have no idea, but I think we should always keep that in mind. Remembrance Day shouldn’t be one day, it’s every 365 days of the entire year. Maybe we don’t often think of the soldiers who have fought in the war, which is okay. Every day we always remember someone who has gone, or the events that has happened in the past, and to remember your families birthdays. All of us often forget, and then we remember.

Think of the word remember, take out the three first letters, it gives you ember. An ember is like a flame, a flame that doesn’t go out. That’s why, every day of the entire year, we remember.

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