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JFK Jr. Site

JFK Jr. was in a plane crash with his wife and his wife's sister. I would like to have a moment of silence for JFK Jr., the Bessette family, and the Kennedy family. Thank you for your time.

Some things I'd like to say but, first of all, to let you know that I arrived okay. I'm writing this from Heaven where I dwell with God above, where there are no more tears or sadness. There is just eternal love. Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight. Remember that I'm with you every morning, noon and night. That day I had to leave you, when my life on Earth was through, God picked me up and hugged me and He said "I welcome you. It's good to have you back again. You were missed while you were gone. As for your dearest family, they'll be here later on. I need you here so badly, as part of My big plan. There's so much that we have to do to help our mortal man." Then God gave me a list of things He wished for me to do. Foremost on that list of mine is to watch and care for you, And I will be beside you, every day and week and year. And when you're sad, I'm standing there to wipe away the tear. And when you lie in bed at night, the days chores put to flight, God and I are closest to you in the middle of the night. When you think of my life on Earth and all those loving years, because you're only human, they are bound to bring you tears. But, do not be afraid to cry. It does relieve the pain Remember, there would be no flowers unless there was some rain. I wish that I could tell you of all that God has planned, but, if I were to tell you you wouldn't understand. But one thing is for certain, though my life on Earth is o're, I am closer to you now than I ever was before. And to my very many friends - trust God knows what is best. I'm still not far away from you. I'm just beyond the crest. There are rocky roads ahead of you and many hills to climb, but together we can do it taking one day at a time. It was always my philosophy, and I'd like it for you, too, that as you give unto the World, so the World will give to you. If you can help somebody who is in sorrow or in pain, then you can say to God at night my day was not in vain. And now I am contented that my life it was worthwhile, knowing as I passed along the way, I made somebody smile. So if you meet somebody who is down and feeling low, just lend a hand to pick him up as on your way you go. When you are walking down the street, and you've got me on your mind... I'm walking in your footsteps, only half a step behind. And when you feel the gentle breeze, or the wind upon your face, that's me giving you a great big hug or just a soft embrace. And when it's time for you to go from that body to be free, remember you're not going... You are coming here to me. And I will always love you from that land way up above. Will be in touch again soon. P.S. God sends His Love This poem is from: He never ran for office. He wasn't a movie star or a rock singer. Nor was he a popular professional athlete. Yet when John F. Kennedy Jr. died suddenly and unexpectedly in Jly, and outpouring of grief gushed from America's soul like floodwaters from a burst dam. JFK Jr. was our unofficial crown prince: handsome, wealthy, and enterprsing-the publisher of George, a magazine of politics and current affairs. He had a brautiful wife, a loving family, and an adoring public. His promise was bright; his future seemed unlimited. But, as all the world knows, the charmed life of John F. Kennedy Jr., 38, came to a violent end on July 16 when the small plane he was piloting plunged into the fog-covered sea off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. Kennedy; his wife, Carolyn 33; and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette, 34, were killed on impact. The bodies were recovered on July 21. The next day, their ashes were buried at sea near the spot where the plane had crashed. During memorial service over the next several days, Americans remembered. They remembered not only the young lives cut short but also the end of another tragic chapter in the story of family whose triumphs and sorrows have become part of the fabric of American life. To many Americans, the Kennedy family, so important in shaping the country's history over the last 60 years, had become almost a part of their own family. FROM CURRENT EVENTS