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Through Their Eyes

Today I have something not so funny on my mind.   I learned recently that a friend from college committed suicide earlier this week.  A GREAT guy and ridiculously good-looking.  Then I heard about Andrew Koenig from “Growing Pains.”  Then Marie Osmond’s son, Michael Blosil.    These incidents always leave people asking, “why?”  At that age, how you could you possibly see so much hopelessness in life?  I try not to ask these questions, because there’s no answer, of course.  No matter how well you know another person, you can never really know what’s happening in someone else’s mind.  You can’t possibly see another person’s life exactly the way he or she sees it, through their eyes.  So I don’t know what we can learn from these events.  I don’t know how they fit into the big picture.  All I know, is I didn’t know a girl in college who didn’t have a crush on Spencer King or a person who didn’t have something nice to say about him.

And I’m so glad he and Andrew and Michael are now at peace.  And we’ll just never know why they couldn’t find that here.

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