Colin and his friend Eli, both 9, were in the back of the car a couple of weeks ago. A song came on the radio called, “Love Doesn’t Die.” Eli and Colin started discussing the lyrics.
“Everything dies,” Eli said. “Plants die and pets die and people die. Love dies too.”
“You don’t stop loving someone because they die,” Colin informed him.
“Well, you love them and then you could get married but only until you die. If they die then it’s over,” reasoned Eli.
Colin didn't hesitate. He said, “My dad died and I still love him. He’s still part of my life.”
He spoke with authority and conviction and the conversation was over.
I make a lot of mistakes. But I must be doing a few things right.