Victim of break-in hopes people show a little more love
Dear editor, I have enjoyed my cabin in L’Anse au Paul for seven years. Not one problem. Last year I had planned to build a deck on my cabin. I ran out of time so I stored the material I purchased at Rona’s at the back of my cabin for eight months. Not one piece of material disappeared. My brother would joke with me and say, “I bet we could leave $50 on your step and not one person would touch it.”
I want to say thank you to all of you who have passed by and respected my privacy for all of those 2555 days. With the news of the current unlawful entry last week, please do not lose faith. One unlawful entry in 2,555 days is a pretty good average.
However, I feel so sorry for the person who did enter unlawfully. I feel sorry for their life’s conditions that would cause them to feel compelled to steal my personal belongings.
May they be blessed with everything they need to stop such behavior from every happening again?
May there be no cause for any of us including them to feel violated by such behavior ever again.
God Bless them and all of us who feel a lack in our lives.
If everyone reading this message would send love to all those they know of that feel they are in need, maybe just maybe with our blessings we all will find our way without feeling the need to violate others and ourselves through any and all unlawful acts. Items missing that I know of: snowboard with case given to me by my son, roller blades, new golf clubs, table and chairs, white room divider and a small cooking stove.