Remembrance services were held across Scotland today to commemorate those who lost their lives while serving for their country.
Right Rev David Lunan, moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, said: “Remembrance Day gives each of us, from all walks of life, from every cultural background, and from every corner of the nation, the opportunity to stop, and reflect, and give silent thanks.
“For there are still those who today risk their lives for our sake.
“Whether in a church, or in a public place, whether standing at a war memorial or in private at home, let us acknowledge for two minutes, our debt to those who have gone before, and our responsibilities to those who come after us.
“What others have died for, let us now live for, lest we forget.”
Full story at The Herald.