To The Pranksters Who Claimed Jon Bon Jovi Died

Last night, you claimed Jon Bon Jovi died and you made it similar in fashion to Michael Jackson’s death. Why would you cause pain on their families and friends? Have you not lost a loved one or experienced the pain and trauma it brings? Have you experienced the shock or had years of sleepless nights or the nightmares after loosing a parent, spouse, or child?

Next time you consider playing a joke on someone, please put yourself in their shoes first. Ask yourself, who will you hurt. Please spend your time finding someone who needs help and focus on being a light for them. We all have the responsibility to make our world a better place. There are hurting people all around you. If you are the one hurting, you can discover that helping others will ease your pain.

Fortunately, Bon Jovi took it with a grain of salt and laughed it off. This shows his true character. What is your character? How do you contribute to society? Do you help others or do you hurt them? You have a chance to change how you relate to people, every morning when you wake up.

It could be your child running in the door one day, screaming and crying after hearing of your death. Is that how you want your loved ones to feel? What if the rumor is a hoax, how would you handle your child who is crying frantically and not able to be calmed by your presence? How would you feel? Would you want your child to start living with the fear of loosing you? Think about how Jon Bon Jovi’s family now feels. Although he laughed it off, did they?

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About Christine Smith-Johnson

I am a widowed mother of three children, ages 11 to 19. I hope to encourage you through my trials and traumatic experiences. All my life, I dealt with heartache, and kept my head held high. Recently, I dealt with a heartache so big, it consumed me. Every part of me was lost and hurting. I never thought I would make it through. I did and I want to help you make it through your heartache, no matter how big or small it may seem to you.

Posted on December 20, 2011, in Dealing With Death, Honesty Issues, Paying It Forward, Victim Abuse and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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