• Doug Tjapkes

A Ray of Light

Mr. W was hoping to connect with a long-lost friend, and turned to the HFP volunteer people search team for help. Yesterday, this update arrived:

"Great Great News. Ms. M has contacted me most recently. Now we will see where this goes. Posssible now, things may just get a little brighter in my darken life for a change. She told me that she was happy that our paths have now crossed again. Her letter was optimistic over all, so i enter this with a positive hopefulness that maybe just maybe some of my abject lonliness might depart from my vision. Who Knows? Thank God for you and HFP. You and yours are truly a God send. A hopeful ray of light in a bleak out look. THANK YOU-THANK YOU- THANK YOU."

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