What a heart ache, I can only imagine their sorrow. I do know how much worry and
concern our kids can cause. I wish that there was any words that I could say,
all I can say is you have my heart. I feel the pane in yours.
Dear Linda, No need to go visit that arch. Your son will be wherever YOU are;
you're his Mother. I can only imagine that he is feeling the same sorrow
as you; that he can't undo this and does not want you or his Dad to suffer
due to his choice. Thank you for your thoughtful words of warning to others.
Trust in the Lord. You're all in my prayers.
So sad, my heart goes out to the family.But I can't help
dwelling on the irony: Mechanical Engineer.
I, too cannot imagine the pain and grief you are going through. I have never
understood how they can be so invincible in their desires and decisions.
I've always felt it was because they are so young and inexperienced in
life. You will be in our prayers and our thoughts. At least we know where and
who he is with now. That brings peace.
I've been there and felt that pain. Young people, young men especially, can
be so foolish in their fun-loving efforts to "try things". It's
been 22 years in our family, and, while the pain has eased and life goes on,
there are hard moments... I believe that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ,
not only can all mankind be saved, but we can also be healed and comforted even
of these most devastating of earth life wounds. Every year that goes by, the
pain eases a little. It becomes tolerable.
My heart goes out to these parents. Beyond sad and tragic for them.
I am so sorry about your loss. What a comfort to know that you will see him
again one day. That's what has gotten me through the loss of loved ones. My
heart an prayers go out to you and your family.
My adult son loves to snowboard in the backcountry. Everytime he goes, I worry a
little knowing the dangers involved. Yet, everyday he does something more
dangerous than snowboarding. He gets in a vehicle and drives, or rides with
others. I'm ok with someone saying they died doing what they loved, because
I've had too many family and friends die from cancer, heart disease, and
involved in car wrecks.
if you go "thrill seeking". there are definitely risks. sky diving or
this .. you have to decide if it is worth losing your life over. personally, i
I suspect this is the end of all giant rope swings. The liabilities have got to
be enormous, and with the way things go viral, I'm surprised more people
aren't getting killed.