I came to look at your profile page because I liked one of the bear graphics you made, and scrolling down the page, I see your post that your beloved son, Issac, has died! He was just a wee little fellow, only 4 1/2 months old! How sweet and tender they are at that age: I am sure he was absolutely beautiful and wonderful to look in to his eyes! And I wanted to see the video you posted of him, but unfortunately it was removed. Dear one, if this just recently happened, I want to send from my heart to yours, my deepest deepest sympathy at your loss! There is no hurt greater than the loss of a little one. I am a mother of 6, and I lost one myself: the pain is great. Even years afterwards, after I thought I had gotten over the pain somewhat, I was reading something and the deep feelings came out of nowhere. We never get over it because, may I add here, that the Creator never meant for anyone to have to die. That was never his purpose for this earth. We were designed to live here endlessly and in happiness and peace. And he sent his own Son to show us a preview of what life will be like here on earth in the future: he fed thousands, cured sicknesses and disabilities, and even raised children (and adults) back from the dead. Please, when you are able, examine the Bible record at the Book of Mark, chapter 5 and verses 21-24 and 35-43; and also the Book of Luke, chapter 7 and verses 11-17: in both instances he raised children back from death to be with their parents once again because he loves mankind and wants to bring relief to all who have lost loved ones to death.
I see you live in Great Britain: if you would like to better understand these promises held out in the Bible, please contact one of Jehovah's Witnesses there in the United Kingdom. (they are listed in the phone book under "Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses" or maybe "Churches: Jehovah's Witnesses") They would be very glad to visit you personally, and speak to you about the wonderful blessings and future that awaits obedient mankind as outlined in the Holy Scriptures. Again, my deepest feelings to you, and in time may you gain strength and hope.
Please feel free to post on my page also, and let me know how you are doing: i care....