I just watched a movie about loves enduring promise and hold on you. It got me to thinking about my Mom and Dad. My mom left us over 20 yrs ago. When she walked out she barely looked back. Over the years I have done everything , even hated her. She broke my little girl heart. My brother is so closed off about it that he says he doesn't have a mom. I know until the day he died my Dad still loved her deeply. She left us high and dry and lonely. We struggled over the years without her. We fought over the years without her. We cried and got angry. My Dad had even had a couple of relationships over the years, but none that lasted too long. For the last 10 or so years he hadn't been with a woman at all. He still cared and loved my Mom after all those years. She walked out and left us behind, And He Still Loved Her Until The Day He Died. That is Love's Everlasting Enduring Promise. I just needed to share this. I am amazed at how much he still loved her after all that time. And I know he hoped one day she would return, but he never got to see that day and it is breaking my heart thinking about it. Wow The Power Of Love Is Absolutely Amazing.
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