Christmas is not a happy time for everyone – there are many individuals for whom the Festive Season is very painful as it is the time that they miss those who are gone the most.
For parents who have lost a child, whether to cancer or anything else, this is a really, really, difficult time of the year because Christmas is about the children, after all…
Today we would like to take a moment to send out some love to all parents who have lost a child/children.
While the first Christmas is particularly poignant, each Christmas without your child will bring its own challenges, and each parent has to grieve in his or her own way.
There is not much that anyone can say that will take away your pain, but we here at the Little Fighters Cancer Trust would just like to let you know that we are holding you close in our hearts today and are sending you as much Love & Peace as your heart can hold.
✫ Sending you Angel Blessings ✫
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…./ /… ✫ Sprinkling Love, Light & Healing ✫
….\/ …. ✫ Peace, Love & Harmony Your Way ✫
Below is a video that we would like to dedicate to all parents who are mourning the death of a child.
The Piano Guys are an American musical group consisting of pianist Jon Schmidt, cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, videographer Paul Anderson, and music producer Al van der Beek.
Jon’s daughter, Annie Schmidt went missing October 16, 2016. Her car was found at the Tooth Rock Trail Head in the Columbia Gorge. Search & Rescue along with hundreds of volunteers searched 150 miles of trails.
Unfortunately Annie had passed away from injuries sustained from an accidental fall while hiking in the north-face cliff area below Munra Point in the Columbia Gorge region of Oregon. Her body was found by SAR dog teams on November 11 2016.
The video below is by The Piano Guys and is dedicated to everyone who is missing someone this Christmas.
Think of your child then, not as dead, but as living;
Not as a flower that has withered, But as one that is transplanted,
And, touched by a Divine hand,
Is blooming in Richer Colours and Sweeter Shades
Than those of Earth.
~ Richard Hooker, British theologian ~