Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Can You Relate With The Song Operator In Finding Your Loved One?

"Operator, well, could you help me place this call?
See, the number on the matchbook is old and faded."

Are you familiar with this song from Jim Croce? Of  course, if you know the story in the song, you know its not really the one who sings it does not know where to find the loved one. He knows exactly where, in fact. But when I hear the first lines of the song, the very first thing that always come to mind is that its longing to find somebody very special.

There are many dear relatives, family, and friends who slip away from our lives at one point or another. It is good if we still know how to reach them, where they are, and how to contact them. But what if this is not the case. What if you do not really know where to find the person?

The question is heart-breaking indeed. Where do you start your search? Can you carry in your heart the pain, frustration, anxiety, and worry of knowing that somewhere out there, your loved one must be in a situation you cannot even fathom that you do not can want to think about it? The pain is so unimaginable.

Now, what should you do to start your search? Prayer, calmness, and, help from concerned agencies and people who are willing to help you are all valuable. There are also groups that help in these cases. Look for them in the web. These people have experienced your journey and can offer moral and emotional support, They can also help in finding your loved ones. 

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