The Kurgan Honors A Hero May 11, 2019 Culture/Nationalism/Politics 1 min read Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email Kurgan Latest posts Visit The Kurgan's youtube channel and telegram group at these links. Kurgan: Outmarry, Outbreed, and Overcome Video: Laity Correcting Clergy Video: How The Crusades Relate To Jeffrey Epstein Video: Believe! View all 8 Comments 5 Reply We should always honor those who step up and do what is necessary, defending those around us. He demonstrated what true heroism is. Reply Yes. There is literally no more that a man can do. May his place among the saints be high. Reply 4.5 Reply I was genuinely surprised when I saw his photo. But on reflection and thinking back over the men that I have known over my life, it makes sense. What counts is what we do with the time that we are here, not how long we are here. Reply As I explained in the video on martial arts, you can’t predict who will be a hero. Men’s hearts and souls are not visible to the human eye. Reply Audie Murphy was too small to join the military. Got rejected by Marines, Navy, and Army. Finally convinced Army to take him, and the dude became the most decorated American soldier of WWII. Yep, you just never know. Reply 5 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ Previous Story Video: How To Beat Sugar Addiction Next Story The Gospel of Luke: An Exposition (Luke 7:1-10) Latest from Culture Can One Be an American Nationalist? Can you define American in the first place? Symbols Matter It's past time that Christians bring their faith back into the public square. Crazy Don’t Stop Itself Covid has proven that Reason almost doesn't matter. Labels, Lies, and the Status Quo We need new labels with real meaning that Americans can use to ensure that politicians work What Makes Life Good? Americans are reprioritizing what makes life worth living.