i will reblog this 365 days a year
This is my favorite post on Tumblr, and I have only said that about one post on Tumblr. It’s this one.
I connect with Prancer on a deep emotional level
Dancer is me, Dancer will always be me.
i am one with blitzen
do they all have poo brain
I feel Donner on a spiritual level
i find my cosmic insignificance reassuring
the stars don’t fucking care who i am or what i do
i owe the universe nothing
i exist on my own terms
#when existentialism becomes comforting rather than horrifying
In this gut-wrenching talk, Sergeant Andrew Chambers shares the haunting story of his time in Iraq and the tough transition home that landed him in jail. It’s a powerful testimony to the struggle our soldiers face when they come home, and the tragic ways that they can be denied the help they need.
For anyone looking to support a veteran, we encourage you to heed Chambers’s advice: "Find a veteran and listen to his story. A lot of us just need somebody to talk to."
This is so sad. This is what we do to our veterans these days. We turn our soldiers into hardened warriors, but then we don’t help them turn back into functional adults when they return. Then the warrior in them is set off by some real or imagined threat, and we treat them like criminals. How is that their fault?
The saddest part is our veterans are getting better care than they really ever did before. And it is still nowhere near good enough.
Read the new book, “Thank You For Your Service” — like yesterday.
THIS IS MY FAVORITE PICTURE