The Brothers Shaikh

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  12. Violet Weed

    There is never a need to protect one’s parents from the TRUTH about anything, particularly their children. 70 years of life has given them something their children do not have… DEEP understanding and the capacity to deal with life on life’s terms. The young man’s brother and his female companion were in a country where life is ‘expendable’ and that was a risk they took. What happened could have happened to anyone. The point is that there is not a ‘good’ reason to NOT share the manner of the death of a child from that child’s parents. 70 year old people are usually NOT ‘frail’ and definitely if they have sound minds are NOT unable to handle reality. I understand the surviving son has survivor’s guilt, but even that burden could be lifted if he would openly share everything he knows and that he feels about his brother’s murder WITH his parents. They are grieving but that is natural. BUT they ARE the parents, children NEVER need to, nor should they EVER, shield their parents. That is something that belongs to the PARENTS not to their children.

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