He had the Heart of a Warrior and –
his heart is still beating.
My son, David Glasser, was a Phoenix Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty on May 18, 2016. He was also an organ donor.
Davey was only 34 years-old and in excellent physical condition when he was killed by a shot to his head. As a result, a whole crowd of people who are still walking on this earth received his life-giving organs.
And someone got the Heart of a Warrior.
It’s still beating.
This heart beats for justice.
It beats for integrity and honor.
It beats for courage and personal sacrifice.
And it beats strongly for loving God and loving each other.
I believe that each of us has our own Warrior’s Heart. God gave us things we are passionate about – things that make our hearts beat faster. We’re all different so these passions are different as well.
The issues that we really care about are the areas where we are supposed to stand up and do something helpful, something positive.
How do I make a difference in this world?
How do you make a difference?
One very easy way we can make a difference is sign up to be an organ donor like Davey. I’ve done that. Have you?
Other ways to make a difference aren’t as easy but we need to figure out how to use our passions and our energy to have a positive effect on our world. Don’t just talk about it – do it. What do you get riled up about? What angers you? What frustrates you? That is where your passion lies.
One of the failures in our current culture is too many people are spending their precious time and resources standing against and protesting against things.
But what are they standing for?
Their time and resources could be used to help people – to make a positive difference.
It’s a choice.
I choose to help grow the light at the end of the tunnel. I choose to stand for what is right and honorable. I stand for justice and freedom in our country by standing for the Thin Blue Line between the evil and innocent.
My Warrior’s Heart beats for loving God and loving others.
What does your Warrior’s Heart beat for?
What are you doing about it?
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