I have another question for my Journaling book. One of the books I am going through as source material says Journal keeping is very prevalent in the military. It makes the statement it runs the gam-+bit from private to generals. I know some generals have written memories. I have no military ties my late father he brought home pictures. He was stationed in Hawaii and has a picture of himself (army) and his best friend (navy) in front of his buddy’s ship the Arizona. If you know your history that ship went down with almost no survivors. My father never really talked about his experiences.
I always thought everyone would like to keep a journal. I learned different from my husband, he hates journaling. That makes me wonder about the claims Simon’s book makes that journals were often kept by soldiers. Many of the journaling books are written by men but judging from my husband... I wonder if any man would be prone to keep a journal on his own. No one ordered the soldiers to keep journals.
My question is are journals often kept by soldiers, sailors, air force?
"It is only with the heart that one sees rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye." ~Antoine de Saint-Exupery- from The Little Prince.~
(2 Cor 3:3 NKJV) clearly you are an epistle of Christ, ministered by us, written not with ink but by the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of flesh, that is, of the heart.