King Charles ‘told Prince Harry not to bring Meghan Markle to Balmoral to see dying Queen’ | Daily Mail Online


Amid the personal family tragedy on Thursday, when the Queen died at the age of 96, a small domestic drama was playing out involving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex .

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A very sad occasion for everyone, especially all of the royal family. All except Harry were informed, but Harry later, all others had someone close with them to help with grief, but not Harry. Harry has been cast out in more ways than one, some of his own making, but some by the Royal Family. Harry, it is said was very close to his grandmother, so will need to be comforted very much, which can only be done by his wife.

The Royal Family are ignoring the needs of Harry at a time when everyone needs people around them,especially family.

Source: King Charles ‘told Prince Harry not to bring Meghan Markle to Balmoral to see dying Queen’ | Daily Mail Online

I Don’t Love Anyone


Trust can take time to build and then be so easily broken and if trust is continualy broken would you ever trust again. So where you can believe in yourself, this will give you strength to come through and hopefully you can adjust to the loneliness.

We all need a belief and if this can not come from those who we are close to , then hopefully it can come from oneself.

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The hardest thing about losing the person you loved and trusted most in the world is keeping the ability to love and trust. I’m fighting that battle now.

I’ve never been good at trusting. For a while, I trusted the pedophile when he told me there was nothing wrong with what he was doing, even though every bit of me felt otherwise. I broke that trust and told my family. I trusted my family to keep me safe from the pedophile they invited into our home. They chose not to believe me and put their trust in the pedophile instead. I was seven years old when I lost my family forever. I never trusted them, or anyone else, that way ever again.

Later on, I trusted a monster with antisocial personality disorder who, over the course of eight years of emotional, then physical abuse, nearly destroyed me. I trusted the…

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A Father Killed Himself With The Blessings Of His Family After Having A Final Meal With Them


Whether you agree with the action or not, it was his families respect for his Human Rights that held the day and his own judgement.

However, whether mercy killing or assisted suicide should be made legal is a different matter, as every humans rights need to be respected. This as to include those who, for one reason and another, may not have the capacity to effect or understand this right or whose will could be managed, either intentionally or not, by others to follow a course which they may not reasonably wish to do.

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This story is touching.. Brings tears to my eyes..I can’t judge his actions because ‘it is he who wears the shoes that knows where it hurts’.

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After doctors informed him he had inoperable cancer in his spine, Jeffrey Spector feared that at any moment he could become paralysed from the neck down. He did not want to become a burden on loved ones so, despite the pleas of his wife and children, the businessman, 54, decided to kill himself.

Before he took his life at the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic, the keep-fit fanatic said: “I am going before my time but I am not scared. I believe what I am doing is in the best long-term interests of my family. They disagree with that of course but they accept I have my own opinion.”

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His wife, Elaine, 53, and daughters Keleigh, 21, Courtney, 19, and Camryn, 15, were with him…

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Danny and Annie’s 27-Year Romance. THIS is Love.


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Danny Perasa, a horse-betting clerk, and his wife Annie, a nurse, went to StoryCorps in 2004 to recount their twenty-seven-year romance.

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As Danny and Annie remembered their life together from their first date to Danny’s last days with terminal cancer, these remarkable Brooklynites personified the eloquence, grace, and poetry that can be found in the voices of everyday people when we take the time to listen.

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If you want to know what every poet, every artist, every human means when they talk of real love………look no further than Danny and Annie.

Now watch this wonderful video which tells their story


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A Grieving Mother’s Kindness Helps Other Parents In a Heartbreakingly Beautiful Way


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While the birth of a child is a joyous occasion for most, some parents’ experiences are shadowed with deep sorrow. When babies are born with terminal illnesses, the parents may only have days, sometimes hours, to spend time with their child. The heartbreak is unimaginable, leaving a void that can never be filled, not even with memories.

To help ease the pain of these families, and to help them heal, one organization is creating memories of the children’s short lives to celebrate their legacies.

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep connects volunteer photographers with the parents of terminally ill babies.

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The photographers, each of whom have been trained to handle the delicate circumstances professionally, capture the families’ last times together in poignant and beautiful images.

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Now I Lay Me Down To SleepLogan Bostrom with his parents (top) and father (above).

The photography services are completely free for the families. The organization believes that having the…

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