I will never complain or whine again.
Recently, I heard Captain Charlie Plumb describe his six years as a prisoner of war (POW) during the Vietnam War at a meeting of health care providers. He was a fighter pilot, shot down in North Vietnam, captured, tortured and held in solitary confinement.
His life, after this experience, was completed altered. He was transformed, but as he said: “I became a better man because of it.” He realized that he had the capacity to make choices, exercise his freedom, despite his... Read More