WASHINGTON – The Boston bombings on April 15 left more than 200 people injured and several without limbs.
To help improve the morale of those injured in the bombings and encourage an active future, Shoulder 2 Shoulder and a group of wounded warriors made a video for the victims.
The film, titled “We Stand With You,” is full of hopeful messages on recovery.
“Just be patient,” one member says.
“Learn to focus more on the things you can do, instead of what you can’t,” another says.
“You’re not limited, you’re just adaptive,” a third veteran says.
Watch the video, “We Stand With You – A Message to the Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings” below.
Editor’s note: This article formerly stated that the Wounded Warriors Project made the film. This is incorrect and was changed.
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