But the love I saw the most was the love he had

center_img Top Stories Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires His devotion to making Arizona, the United States and the whole world a better place for everyone has inspired countless leaders, like those at The Sedona Forums.I’m confident his legacy of devotion and to the common good will continue to inspire people around the world long after today.A few years ago, he was kind enough to take me on a personal tour of the US Senate. It was obvious that Senator McCain was highly-regarded. He believed to be right and what’s good regardless of what political side of the aisle his opinion fell on.I saw how respected he was and how much admiration he commanded from people from across the political spectrum. But that admiration wasn’t surprising, because Senator McCain was known as a man of integrity and conviction; a man who at times, just as he sacrificed himself for his fellow POWs in Vietnam, willingly chose to sacrifice his own political gains in order to accomplish what he believed was best for all.As a result of this type of sacrifice, he may have lost the support of a political ally here and there, but he gained the respect of admiration of an entire nation.In closing, I’d like to honor the love I saw in Senator McCain. He loved the people of Arizona, serving them passionately and diligently for decades. He took that same love to Washington and boldly advocated for the freedoms and liberties he had grown to love as a young Navy pilot. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more