How Do You Plan to Celebrate National Military Appreciation Month During the Month of May?

Where would America be without the dedicated men and women in uniform who serve a grateful nation? This is why it’s imperative to honor our military in May 2005.

(PRWEB) April 20, 2005 -- May is National Military Appreciation Month and represents a symbol of unity for Americans at home and abroad. Citizens are to honor current and former members of the armed forces, including those who have died in the pursuit of freedom and peace.

To learn more about military appreciation visit www.livingonhigherground.com, to purchase the book, "Living on Higher Ground, How to live with passion, motivation, and joy. A salute to the military life." If you don't do anything else to celebrate National Military Appreciation Month, ensure you purchase and read "Living on Higher Ground," (ISBN 0-9764679-0-9) it retails for $15.95.

This motivational and inspirational book is a long awaited inside look at the call of duty and lifelong rewards of the military experience. It includes 26 quick-step action plans for living with passion and purpose in your life.

Citizens should actively participant in as many National Military Appreciation Month activities as possible this year. Activities during May include the National Day of Prayer, Military Spouse Day, Memorial Day, Loyalty Day and Armed Forces Day.

Participate and learn at least ten new things about the military to honor those Americans who have given their lives in defense of our nation’s freedom and the men and women now serving in uniform.

Activities to consider include visiting museums, libraries, civic centers, air shows, or listen to talks presented by active duty military personnel, reserves, and veterans at schools in your community.

The new “Greatest Generation” is on the frontlines of the war on terrorism making history in foreign lands by opening the doors to freedom, liberty, and a better way of life in Afghanistan, Iraq in addition to providing homeland security.

Purchase "Living on Higher Ground,” it will be a great gift to give to friends, family, and the military. It provides a framework to help young adults contemplating joining the military to take a behind the scenes look at the military life, boost the morale of troops in combat or noncombat status, and motivate troops to reach peak performance.

Purchase this book and send it to a soldier, airmen, seaman, Marine, Guard and Reserve personnel, and military families you know.

Paul Lawrence Vann, Motivational Keynote Speaker and Author is available for interviews, speaking engagements, and book signings throughout the month of May. Call upon this military expert to support your events and activities at 1-800-476-8976 or at www.paullawrencevann.com.

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