Frequently Asked Questions

 

For those who have faced tragedy, all I can say is, "I am at a loss for words.”

I know that no combination of words can mend your losses and ease your indescribable pain, but know that I am sending you all of my love and support. I hope dearly that it will materialize in your inner strength. 

We are all someone's child. Our parents were there when we took our first breath, and we should be there when they take their last: never the other way around.

You don’t need to lose a loved one in order to be more appreciative of those still around you, like your family, close friends, neighbors, coworkers, and even strangers. Forget about the elements that distinguish us from one other; let go the notion of countries, federal agents, 007’s, religions, borders, and walls! They are mere illusions compared to the deeper values rooted in humanity.

I know we are all very busy people, caught in the habitual chaos of our own realities; but still, when was the last time you used your love and strength to help a complete stranger for nothing in return? ​