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Posted on June 7 at 7:56 p.m.
Nay Ken_Volok. I happen to be intimately familiar with the situation. They are very happy to be alive. I'm no sick-o, at least regarding fantasies and fables. It's true, trust me. Love is always the better way, no matter how it is confirmed to you, no matter how tragic the situation.
Do I wish sadness and sorrow on anyone, never! But to come out alive and loving, albeit less whole, rather than bitter, is always best. And this is what I wish and hope for them and their family! This will be a long and difficult road. Cannot one dream?
On Motorcycling Couple Suffer Major Injuries in DUI Accident
Posted on June 6 at 10:11 a.m.
No, it's not that at all spiritwalker.
It's not about the soldier, or the wars, or killing, raping, pillaging, burning or driving airplanes into buildings. These things have always been.
The point is this couple appreciates life so dearly, now more than ever. And this because a man stopped to help his fellow man. These things too have always been.
So, it's up to you spiritwalker, bleed out, or be saved? I'd guess you'd let 'em bleed out as you watched, whining about paltry this, or that, or the drunk driver, or the laws, or whether your way is better than theirs.
Posted on June 4 at 11:15 p.m.
The soldier your tax dollars trained helped save these Canadians. Ironic, eh? One who is trained to kill is also trained to save. He visited them, met their families and their grandchildren, and was a humble witness to their "renewal".
Posted on June 4 at 5:24 p.m.
These two Canadians, through some amazing turn, came through a traumatic event that renewed their lives. Are they hurt, broken, crushed? In body yes, but apparently not in spirit. Were they alive before? Yes, and apparently much more so today. How can this be?
They have experienced something few of us ever will. A 2nd chance to hug, kiss and love our sons and daughters again. And many more chances to squeeze, tease and bounce our grandchildren (these folks have five, so far). They see life as it should be seen - as fully, richly and magnificently as it truly is.
The question is: will you have to lose a leg to see it? You might not be so fortunate! Love now before it's too late.
I pray for them. For their children. For their grandchildren. For their friends that were riding with them. For the emergency room doctor. For the EMTs. For the Cottage ER staff, surgeon, doctors and nurses. I pray for the driver of the Forerunner. I pray for the soldier...
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