He left this world with a lot of love. That is what we are doing in this life, giving love, making a difference in people’s lives
and in the end reaping the fruits of the seed of love we freely gave.
His mission was accomplished.
We will miss you dearly.
You have and always will be my life and my soul and now you have become my inspiration.
I miss you so much. It hurts to know that I won’t see you in this life. I miss your big smile, your fascinating laugh. I miss your jokes and funny remarks but most of all I miss how you looked up to me, how you respected me. You have always made sure that I am not mad at you; you kept calling to make sure I was fine.
I tried to do my best with you, I have tried to teach you lessons about life, you ended up teaching me the most valuable lesson in life: how to live and follow your dreams.
I love you and I will pray for you. You have given your life so that others could live and learn from you.
Why do Teenagers Rebel?
Driving fast, breaking curfew, arguing, shoplifting. Teenagers can push your patience, but unfortunately, some kids go as far as blatantly flouting rules or breaking the law, often with tragic results. What’s with this rebellious streak? How can parents funnel it into less risky business?
All teens go through similar phases — the need for independence, a separate identity, testing authority. It’s part of growing up; it’s also linked to developmental changes in the brain that will eventually help them become analytical adults.
But today’s teens get an extra whammy — social pressures come earlier than in previous generations.
By Jeanie Lerche Davis