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Business Insight Presented by Arlington Dermatology Memorial Day For some, Memorial Day is about grilling. For many others, it is an official beginning of summer. Many of us do not make a full association with what this day really means or at least should. Established and celebrated since 1868, Memorial Day was a national holiday honoring and mourning military personnel fallen in service to the country. Originally, it was about those who died in the Civil War. Later, it was extended to all military and in all wars. Our country fought many of them. Most of the fights occurred overseas and even though thousands of soldiers died in them, our civilian population did not witness many of those deaths. The families and close friends felt it firsthand as they lost their children, husbands, brothers, or sisters. Many of the wars were not planned and intended as they happened to be. They were supposed to be quick and fast, and victorious. Many, turned out to be lasting would like to encourage you to a similar decades and did not really bring any obvious victory. But our own people lost their lives. It is amazing to talk to some of self is a very courageous action. Doing it the military families, and military service fighting military wars requires different often runs in the family, but, when you discuss their pain and ask questions about regrets, most of them feel that pain but would not change anything in the history. They truly feel dedication to the military service. For many civilians like me, it is hardly comprehended. 'normal after months of lockdowns Aren't your children the most treasured and isolations, let's remember that part of your life? Yes, they are but the dedication and call to service to the reflection. Serving others going beyond our own kind of arms. But doing it in fights of the unknown and dangerous enemy of pandemic required not lesser of courage. Many of them lost that war. Going into the summer, joyfully and there are thousands of servicemen and servicewomen who will not grill and enjoy the warm weather. Let's stop for a moment and think how to honor them and thank them for their dedication and service to all of us. Think about the most country is beyond that parental love. When I was reflecting about that dedication and sacrifice, this year brought some thoughts about all of the National Guards members, first simple way of saying your own 'thank responders, emergency personnel who fought a different kind of war for the last year and a half. Some, definitely a part tolerance and politeness rather than of domestic military service, but many others medical civilians and firefighters, that someone may have a bad day rather all responded equally brave and selfless in the service to the country, service to all of us. And even though this holiday is not in particular dedicated to them, I you'. How about a gesture of kindness, unexpected one? How about some frustration? How about understanding than road rage on expressways? Just a reflection. Have a happy summer. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight Presented by Arlington Dermatology Memorial Day For some, Memorial Day is about grilling. For many others, it is an official beginning of summer. Many of us do not make a full association with what this day really means or at least should. Established and celebrated since 1868, Memorial Day was a national holiday honoring and mourning military personnel fallen in service to the country. Originally, it was about those who died in the Civil War. Later, it was extended to all military and in all wars. Our country fought many of them. Most of the fights occurred overseas and even though thousands of soldiers died in them, our civilian population did not witness many of those deaths. The families and close friends felt it firsthand as they lost their children, husbands, brothers, or sisters. Many of the wars were not planned and intended as they happened to be. They were supposed to be quick and fast, and victorious. Many, turned out to be lasting would like to encourage you to a similar decades and did not really bring any obvious victory. But our own people lost their lives. It is amazing to talk to some of self is a very courageous action. Doing it the military families, and military service fighting military wars requires different often runs in the family, but, when you discuss their pain and ask questions about regrets, most of them feel that pain but would not change anything in the history. They truly feel dedication to the military service. For many civilians like me, it is hardly comprehended. 'normal after months of lockdowns Aren't your children the most treasured and isolations, let's remember that part of your life? Yes, they are but the dedication and call to service to the reflection. Serving others going beyond our own kind of arms. But doing it in fights of the unknown and dangerous enemy of pandemic required not lesser of courage. Many of them lost that war. Going into the summer, joyfully and there are thousands of servicemen and servicewomen who will not grill and enjoy the warm weather. Let's stop for a moment and think how to honor them and thank them for their dedication and service to all of us. Think about the most country is beyond that parental love. When I was reflecting about that dedication and sacrifice, this year brought some thoughts about all of the National Guards members, first simple way of saying your own 'thank responders, emergency personnel who fought a different kind of war for the last year and a half. Some, definitely a part tolerance and politeness rather than of domestic military service, but many others medical civilians and firefighters, that someone may have a bad day rather all responded equally brave and selfless in the service to the country, service to all of us. And even though this holiday is not in particular dedicated to them, I you'. How about a gesture of kindness, unexpected one? How about some frustration? How about understanding than road rage on expressways? Just a reflection. Have a happy summer. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net