Veterans Day Parade, Meadowmere Park

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The Veterans Day Parade was organized by Kathleen Thompson at 3000 Meadwomere Park on Lake Grapevine and there was Brunch following that.

my public life, I have rarely missed honoring our Veterans, every speech I
give, including the Pluralism prayers that I offer at City Halls and in public
places, I usually end up saluting our Veterans and honoring our men and women
in uniform committed to defend, and willing to risk their lives to safeguard
our freedom.  I even dedicated the Muslim
festival of sacrifice, Eid Al-Adha for them at
my own brother in Law Noor Mohamed is a veteran in India and have always had respect
for his service.
is Ironic that I have taken pictures of LBJ Freeway, with no car on it, I bet
it has never happened in its 40 year history,  and the same goes with ramp off Hwy 121
veering off into 114. After that joy of no traffic, I take wrong exits and go
in endless circles to reach 3000 Meadwomere Park, when everyone was gone. Guess
what? I did to not check the event in full, I could have gone for the brunch
after that. Its bloody arrogance that I know my Metroplex well, that I did not
use my GPS, I just winged it, and did not make it in time.
Thompson had organized the event and invited to the parade. Kathleen is a
rising star in Democratic politics, she is a remarkable volunteer, she was at
the Election Night Rally and she was at final debate watch event at Angelica
Theater. From what I am learning about her, she speaks her mind and that is in
short supply. I pray she pursues and succeeds in politics. 
my part, I am a moderate Republican and a moderate Muslim committed to a build
a pluralistic America where every American (eventually) feels at home in every
situation and in every place , and I do. I am comfortable in a Temple,
Synagogue, Pagans, Church, Mosque, Wicca, Native America and every human God
has created with full respect. I am home with Democrats, Republican and
Libertarians – as I have to respect the otherness of other and accept the God
given uniqueness of each one of the 7 billion of us on this planet.

THIS NOTE IS DEDICATED TO (facebook, and I am pleased to share the responses from two colonels)
Col Yogeshwar Dayal from India and Col Sher Suleman from Pakistan, Col Ken Scarborough my friend on facebook, and my Brother in-Law Jawan Noor Mohamed from Bangalore, India – all Veterans and have served their country well. Ofcourse, it is dedicated to our Veterans.

Sher Suleman Bless you, Mike; I sure am pleased to be remembered by an exalted and an inspiring humanitarian. I am learning to grow in your footsteps. However, I wouldn’t have missed that ‘Brunch’; I really felt sorry for you! Profound regards.

Col Yogeshwar Dayal Thank you very much Mike, for having remembered those who spent their yesterday in defending the borders of their country… it is because you have a clean and sincere heart… which pumps such emotions as well in your mind… I appreciate your determination that inspite of all the odd situations…… you made the event going..Please accept my sincere regards from the bottom of my heart… God bless you…!!

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