Friday, May 18, 2012

Lost our Way

Today there is so much heartache and grief being caused by those that have lost their way. It is very difficult to understand why someone would lose their way. What is causing this malfunction and can we get it under control or is the behavior going to be accepted as another "norm"?

Our children are vanishing. Our mothers are vanishing. Our fathers are vanishing.
Only to be found too late. It is apparent that we are not paying attention to our surroundings, our friends or our relatives. Are we too busy to see that this issue is escalating?

With the economic structure not looking so good, stress levels are over the top. Patience has gone out the back door along with respect for a human life. I do know that prayer concurs all. We still need to pay closer attention to others behavior which might mean that they are having a problem coping with life.

In these times we cannot afford to not get involved, because our children and families are suffering from no one saying anything about abnormal behavior. You need to pay attention to the company you keep as head of your household. Children will most likely go away with someone that they think you are very friendly with and they are always in your home, this applies to friends,relatives or anyone.

After the fact, is too late! Listening to families that have had a tragic occurrence,there always seems to be some indication that something was going wrong. People are not  coping as well as we think. For someone to think they can hijack a person or even attempt a home  invasion is abnormal.What is driving people to these extremes?

We have predators in our mist, preying on our families and our children, who just disappear in the night, never to be seen again.


1 comment:

Jennifer fay said...

This is a very scary thing. You are right in the fact that we should definitely be aware of everyone. Learn to pick up on the signs. We all think our children are safe, but you never know when it could happen to you. This also makes me think of the missing Curriers in Vermont. But they weren't snatched. Just most likely killed. But there were signs there too. A stalker most likely.