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Lost: 10 months. Found: a sense of purpose

Original post made on May 9, 2009

It's called the "paradox of choice." Kids are raised and given every possibility in life; the world is their oyster, and they end up paralyzed by all the options.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, December 12, 2008, 10:44 AM

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Posted by Jennifer
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on May 9, 2009 at 9:28 am

Michael was the one person that showed me what pure love was. He showed me how to accept ME and BE ME. He was a strong individual that fought through every situation his entire life. On April 26th 2009 his life was taken. Before Michael died he was in school, studied hard, got good grades, and still made time for his son. He was the best father I have ever seen or heard of. A lot of young men are out there trying to avoid their parenting responsibilities but Michael was proud of his son. His son was EVERYTHING to him and the time they spent together was like no other. Nothing else mattered when it was those two together. I just wanted to comment on this article because my son's father was taken too soon by a man that must not have had the chance or opportunity or offer to change his life. It's unfortunate to have people still out there thinking what they are doing is ok while they are robbing, stealing, and taking others lives. Michael was killed by the exact thing he was trying to work away from... If anyone does read this please pray for all of us. Everyone needs prayer and it's the most powerful thing... I love you Michael Hazard.

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