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Believe ~ Black and White

Believe. That is a powerful word. My beliefs were really put to the test when I lost my son many years ago. I still, to this day, am not sure what I believe in. The only thing I can say is some way, somehow I will be reunited with Dustin in the next lifetime. If I didn’t think that was true, I would not be here. Simple as that.

Sharing a garden stone from his memorial garden in my backyard.

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  • Are you sure in your beliefs?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Has something happened in your life to make you question your beliefs?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. A lot depends on who you put your faith in….
    A Christian walk does not guarantee everything going right all the time.
    People sometimes assume that everything goes right when you do everything right but I will tell you honestly not necessarily so.

    Yes, I believe Dustin is with you in spirit.
    Life can be hard sometimes.

    • I was a Christian my entire life until I lost Dustin. Now everything has been doubted and questioned. And yes my “faith” has let me down many times.

      ….”People sometimes assume that everything goes right when you do everything right but I will tell you honestly not necessarily so.”

      I know very well things do not work out. Yes life is hard. That is a mild word.
      You lose your child. Life is worse than hard. Your world is shattered. You are told things happen for a reason… not losing your child. I never want to hear things happen for a reason. Please. No reason or justification for losing your child. An innocent child.

      I try really hard not to get into this discussion. It goes nowhere. Some questions will never be answered.

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