A Healing Hallelujah

This is such a touching version of Hallelujah. Listen to the words. They mean so much and are so well sung, they really touch the soul. Songs like this express the pain and words that I can not. You can see the pain in his face that we feel in our hearts.

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3 thoughts on “A Healing Hallelujah

  1. Michael Kanter

    A little over a year ago I was speaking with your Mom. She mentioned your blog and I have read your entries since. While I could never say I know how you feel, I do know how it feels to deal with loss and illness within my family. It started for me at ten ( lost a 5 yr old brother) and has been a theme throughout my life. Dad dealt with MS 30 years passed in 2011. Mom just lost battle with Lung cancer this year. I am writing not to feel sorry for myself but to let you know others do know that emptiness and that pain that lay within you. I hope and pray for you and Dorothy and your daughter. I know from my Mom that the loss of a son is something that changes you forever. But I also know that she managed to appreciate a number of blessings she had. Please keep trying to appreciate what you have while never forgetting Andrew. My family never forgets my brother Seth and I proudly recall the five years we had and believe he is with my family somewhere. With Love and concern..

    Michael Kanter

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  2. Graham's Mom

    Dear Perry,

    I’ve been reading back through your blog, which I just discovered today after reading something you had written for Open to Hope. I’m so very sorry about the loss of your beautiful boy, Andrew. With your permission, I would like to include your blog on the website I’ve been curating in memory of my 23 year old son. The site is a collection of blogs, articles, videos, and other resources for bereaved parents and siblings.
    Your writing addresses so many topics that bereaved parents think about and face every day and I would like to be able to share it with others.
    http://www.scoop.it/t/grief-and-loss

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  3. Dee Incollingo

    I am so very sorry for the loss of your son, Andrew. We lost our youngest child, Amy, when her heart just stopped one day and we still don’t know why. So many questions without answers. Perfectly healthy fit beautiful young 27 year old. August 4, 2013 the world as we knew it came to a screeching halt.

    My husband and I tried to follow your blog but not sure we were successful. I never saw this video before. It sure spoke to my broken heart too.

    Our sincerest heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.

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