‘“Papa & Me” || In Remembrance of my Grandfather’ By Eric Lee Gardner

Although you left us 20 years ago, forget you we will not.
Around our entire planet, within every nation, we all live in different places, hold different beliefs, like different things and even think differently.

This is an undeniable fact of life and is mostly contributed to our free will. With so many differences between us, it’s amazing that somehow we find each other and bonds of love are formed. A universal shared trait is our need for a sense of family.

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