Tulsi Gabbard: Finding hope and inner peace in God’s unconditional love is most important in life and death
Former Democratic lawmaker Tulsi Gabbard reflects on remembering the true meaning of life and the joy of serving others on « Tucker Carlson tonight. »
TULSI GABBARD: I am so grateful to have had the privilege of wearing the garb of this country now for almost 20 years as a Lieutenant Colonel and Civil Affairs Officer in the US Army Reserves. But my first deployment was to Iraq in 2005, where I served in a medical unit at a camp about 40 miles north of Baghdad and one of the things that first struck me when I came to this camp in 2005 was this big sign at the main gate that said, « Is today the day? »
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Now I saw this sign almost every day during the year I was there, a reminder that any day could be our last, and I was confronted with the truth of how much it was true as I worked in a medical unit every day experiencing the high human cost of war and it got me thinking, “What am I doing with my life? Am I making the most of every day where I have to do my best to be service to god and to others? » Now, the question on this sign, « Is today the day? » is just as relevant to each of us here at home now as it was to us in Iraq so many years old.
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Now, as we look to the year ahead, it reminds us of what is most important in life and in death, that we find hope and inner peace in God’s unconditional love for each of us and that true happiness is found in serving God and others.