Over the weekend, I spoke with @yogibrent who is a counselor specializing in trauma healing and spent some time reflecting on how the US treats her veterans. To illustrate, I wanted to share a few powerful images from my friend @devinography's #VeteranVisionProject - a photo journey allowing veterans to tell their stories through mirroring. Look closely at these images and you'll find compelling + compassionate stories of brave men & women who dedicated portions of their lives in service. But their stories are far from over. The impact of their service continues on through their daily struggles - in their families, through physical health-issues, educational & career pursuits, post-traumatic-stress issues, addiction, depression, homelessness and even suicide. Let us never forget what has been sacrificed by those who serve in the military and demand from our leaders for better care & programs for those who have served. At least 11% of the US homeless population are Veterans. 😔💜🤝🎖⚰️🇺🇸 PS - The young girl sitting alone on her bed lost both her parents to the service. Her mirrored "parents" represented remind us how their service will always affect her life / never to be forgotten. Let love, true freedom, equality and human respect be the only things worth fighting fighting for - never fear, control, hidden shadow government agendas, or capitalistic greed. Check out ➡️https://veteranvisionproject.com ⬅️ to get involved.