Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Our of Internment: PATRIOTS like Dan Inouye

12 comments:

The Elephant's Child said...

Cloudia - tears are rolling down my face (and hopefully won't short out the keyboard). This is incredibly moving - and thank you.

Cloudia said...

It's been a moving day reading so many stories about his actions!

Thank you for visiting

Adam said...

I was sad to learn that he passed away. A great man.

Randy said...

He will be missed.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful film. He worked many years for the country and Hawaii. His spirit flows throughout the Islands. DrumMajor

Dina said...

Tears, yes, me too, from your video. A few minutes that say it all.
Sad, his passing and the passing of a generation that gave us the example of honor, sacrifice, honesty, bravery, leadership.
If only we had more like him.

Shalom aloha shaloha, Uncle Daniel, thank you. Go in peace.

claude said...

A moving tribute, Cloudia.
I just read about him on google.
His life was interesting.
Aloha, my friend !

RONW said...

I'm sure would appreciated that. He was a fine man.

DeniseinVA said...

A fine tribute Cloudia. He was a great man!

Joop Zand said...

Very nice post Cloudia..... he was a great man !!!

Greetings, Joop

Cloudia said...

Thanks each of you!

Kay said...

This really brought tears to my eyes. I've heard that sentiment before. The Japanese felt strongly that honor to family and country was the most important thing. Parents trained their children to bring honor to themselves and in so doing to their family and country. Like Dan Inouye, I hope I'm never ever put to the test to tell my own children the same thing.