Thanks Pero! I find comfort in knowing he is home with the Lord now and has no more pain, suffering or sadness. I am concerned about his wife, but I know she too is in the Lord's hands.
As for Koveri seeing my words, I think he knows. Even if he's unable to see what is said now, I had a good opportunity to tell him how much I loved him and thought of him the past several weeks. I am thankful I had the chance to say goodbye. He had gone through a lot in life, but it gave him the ability to understand others (like me), and to show grace and compassion.
Edited by Undefeated (10/16/12 12:53 AM)
"The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is one of the most vicious crimes conceivable, a violation of mankind's most basic duty to protect the innocent." ~James T. Walsh