Sunday, May 24, 2009

UPDATE: Skeleton found - not Jennifer Kesse's remains

News from Orlando:
  1. The skeleton did not belong to a homeless person.
  2. The person was not a murder victim.
  3. Police are notifying relatives.

This rules out the Jennifer Kesse conjecture, but sad news must now go to the true family.

Mother Teresa of Calcutta sacrificed to help the poorest of Calcutta, especially those who would otherwise die alone. She once said,

"I once picked up a woman from a garbage dump and she was burning with fever; she was in her last days and her only lament was: 'My son did this to me.' I begged her: You must forgive your son. In a moment of madness, when he was not himself, he did a thing he regrets. Be a mother to him, forgive him. It took me a long time to make her say: 'I forgive my son.' Just before she died in my arms, she was able to say that with a real forgiveness. She was not concerned that she was dying. The breaking of the heart was that her son did not want her. This is something you and I can understand."

Mother Teresa sets a noble example to follow, for everyone who reads this page.