2011-02-17 / Commentary

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Heather, Were you able to

Heather, Were you able to find your brother? I am just curious and would like to know. I sure hope so.

My heart goes out to you. I

My heart goes out to you. I have the same memories of a little boy I adored, who was in my wedding and who grew up to be a man I don't understand. my little brother broke my heart over and over with the same type of behavior, Often disappearing for months or longer at a time. I even made myself visit him in jail when he was close enough. I allowed my children to get close to their uncle only for him to break their hearts too. Hold on to your fond memories and pray for him because there isnt anything you can do if he isnt willing to do it for himself.

Thanks Heather for your

Thanks Heather for your letter I agree people need to remember there is a loved one behind all the headlines. I hope that you will find him and that he is safe. I had a somewhat similar situation, and unfortunately people tend to focus on the negative and judge instead of offering help to find healing. I hope the gazette could put a picture up of your brother that would be more beneficial in actually identifying him. You and your brother are in my prayers.

Thank you so much Anonymous.

Thank you so much Anonymous. Your words touch my heart and ring true. As sad as it is, it is tender to find others whose hearts break over a beloved sibling. Are you in touch with your brother now? I will keep you and your family prayer.

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