Tragedy does one thing that few other circumstances can. It reveals who you REALLY are to the entire world.
The sharp contrast between the heroism of two young teenage boys against four cowering Broward County Deputies carries echoes of that famous Thomas Payne line:
These are the times that try men’s souls.
The crisis of their day wasn’t standing against King George and a supposedly invincible army of RedCoats.
But theirs was no less a life-and-death test of what they were really made of. Two young men emerged from that chaos as heroes who had proven their mettle — one of them to the death — while certain law enforcement ‘professionals’ can only hang their heads in disgrace.
In this episode of Warriors and Wildmen, those two young boys, and the character they embodied are given the recognition they deserve. Check it out. You will not be disappointed.
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