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So terribly sad!
A lost grieving boy..,self destructive9 loosing his footing all over the place. What do we do in response to this very human and frightening time in the life of a teenager? Apparently, most of us buy Cliff's or other Notes and manage to look past the youth for whom we
should care. The boy is worth the work. Read his story, you will find your own fear and brokenness there. Have you lost a brother yet?..right While your brother lives , he is never heavy ( just like Father Flannahan said) but a brother is really really heavy when he dies.g
Great, detailed learning experience!