Veteran’s Day Film Screening: "Healing a Soldier’s Heart"

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Soldier’s Heart, founded in 2006, tends the invisible wounds resulting from war and military service. These wounds are now commonly called “PTSD”; during the Civil War, they were known as “Soldier’s Heart.”
Soldier’s Heart believes that these “soul wounds” are sacred and, properly tended, can lead to wisdom and transformation. We offer genuine homecoming and a path for post-traumatic growth to troops, veterans, families, and communities. Our mission focuses on veterans and their families but transcends their wounding to include the entire society.
Film screening is followed by discussion during which Ed Tick will eulogize Ed Bloch. Ed Bloch was a WWII veteran who's daughter, Linda Ayer, serves on the PJC board. 

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  • Production Date: 11/13/2016
  • Catalog Number: none
  • Archive Number: 10871
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  • Length: *1:21:28
  • Town: Burlington
  • Geography: Burlington
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