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It is a terrible thing to blame a parent that has just lost a child!

It is a terrible thing to blame a parent that has just experienced the misfortune of loosing a child. People are just so judgemental. You don’t judge a situation that you’re not in. My dad always says, it’s only God that can truly protect children. No matter how careful you are.

Just last Wednesday, My sister and I were in the living room with my son. He was playing and suddenly he fell and injured his left eye. My point is: accidents can happen to anyone. I pray for God’s protection upon our children and may we not mourn over our children, Amen. No parent should go through the loss of a child. May God comfort Dbanj and his family and all the families grieving at this time. May God strengthen you all at this difficult time.

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6 replies on “It is a terrible thing to blame a parent that has just lost a child!”

Nice one sis. I also think it’s very insensitive to blame a parent who has just lost their child.. mistakes do happen especially when toddlers just start to walk or crawl. It is a new experience for them and they always want to explore… May God console Dbanj and his wife.. Amen.

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