posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 10:34 PM
I can relate so well to how the family was so touched by this. How the mother just held you for 10 minutes. Appreciation is a funny thing. They
knew he was a great guy, but they had no idea. How he touched lives in a world all but foreign to them.
I wasn't close to him but I can relate to his story big time. I might have been had I got more into the details of UFOs and Alien research, but I
was always happy with the summary of what came from such research. Anyway, I lost a friend who I gamed with online. He was 21. His family will
NEVER know how much I appreciated him and how he changed me, inspired me. It's just one of those things that never came to pass.
I don't really know how to bring that all together, just know when you look in anyone's eyes you can't possibly see all the good in them, there's
always something else, something more. We forget things so easily, we bury a snapshot when we bury a person. It's the best we can do.
But always remember, there's more behind them than we can EVER imagine. How many friends someone had that you didn't realize, how many people they
made smile in their life, made laugh, how many they stood up for, how many they were there for, how many they helped, how many they listened to.