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Published on Aug 24, 2011
you touched my life in so many ways. Made my spirit bigger, brighter, stronger. I could never find words to describe it or thank you for this. You have been my angels for a long time. I have decided to take a stand and speak for you in 2007. At that time, I was 12 years old, learning how to love and tyring to escape from the grief that the loss of my bestfriend in early January had left in my heart. I carry her with me, everywhere I go, she's the wind beneath the trees, the sunshine in the sky, the shadows on the ground. I love and miss her daily.
If love could have saved each of you, you would have lived forever with no doubt. So many families torned apart. This was a mind-opening video. Many children have come to my life in so many ways and left an inprint that I'll never forget, knowing that I did not add them all in this video, makes me shacke. makes me fear, and scream and cry. Not because I forgot. But because I just can't imagine or count how many they were. And how many stories I don't know. And how many families suffer everyday.
It has been a big journey. There are no words to explain how it changed who I am and made me the person I am now. Each of them is special to me in their own way. My heart is brocken at the thought that as I type this, more children, small, beautiful and innocent like them, are dying out there. I just want to stand up, reach out and hold them all.
People ask me why I do this. Why I care. Why I make such "sad" videos. The world ain't that beautiful. I remember the quote "There's too many people that suffer from something like that to be true". So, so right. Too many children that vanish in thin air, too many families left behind, people who experienced the stopping of the clock on the wall, the stopping of the calendar, the stopping of their "normal" lives. Too many people that had to adjust theirselves to the new "normal". A life without your children should never even be considered "normal".
I hope that with this video, you see how dangerous, evil and sick our world can be, but yet how beautiful, magical and enchanting can souls of children be, here for a moment, gone another.
They're the children of yeasterday, the ones that touch our hearts and leave their mark, encouraging us, deep inside, to make a difference so that tomorrow, a child lives.
Haylee Mazzella - Accidental Drowning Caylee Anthony - murdered Juliette Guerds - murdered JonBenét Ramsey - murdered Joana Pereira - childhood cancer Afonso Couto - childhood cancer Layla Marsh - childhood cancer Ellie Potvin - childhood cancer Sophie Quayle - childhood cancer Elena Desserich - childhood cancer mariluz cortes - murdered kelsey briggs - child abuse Riley Ann Sawyers - murdered Lindsey Stelten - childhood cancer Ava Rosemeyer - brain death (exposed to the heat) Sarah Payne - murdered Samantha Runnion - murdered Marta Bessa (my bestfriend) - childhood cancer Judson Levasheff - krabbe disease francesca bimpson - arson crime Ellie Lawrenson - mauled by dog Delaney Wadsworth - childhood cancer James Bulger - murdered Max Nunn - childhood cancer Sierra Ryan - childhood cancer Alexander Brown - childhood cancer Mara Adams - childhood cancer Abigail Taylor - long effects of pool suction Bryce Kameron - childhood cancer Caylee Cepero - childhood cancer Coble children - Car crash victims Zahra Baker - child abuse & murdered (also,fought and won cancer) Haleigh Cummings - Murdered Isabella Broadhead - effects of innapropriate seat belt in a car crash Destiny Champagne - accidental asfixiation Ethan Jostad - childhood cancer Jessica Lunsford - murdered Jada Justice - murdered Diogo sabrosa (family menber) - Accidental Drowning, his body was never found. Boey Byers - childhood cancer Isabella Nardoni - murdered Nevaeh Buchanan - murdered Sandra cantu - murdered Isaiah Alonso - childhood cancer Jessica and Holly - murdered Sam Bish - childhood cancer Billy King - Drowning, canooeing accident Landyn Thacker - childhood cancer Brendan Foster - childhood cancer