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January 28th, 2020 4:09 PM

Dear Friends,

The city of Los Angeles and the entire world are mourning the death of Kobe Bryant and his beloved daughter Gianna along with 7 other souls. The tragic helicopter crash last Sunday, January 26th was a shock that has affected everyone. The circumstances in which a heavy fog created the loss of visibility that morning in Calabasas, is a tragic occurrence that will be sadly remembered. Kobe is considered as one of the best basketball players of all time. His talent will always be recognized by basketball fans throughout the world. His passing at age 41 at a young age is regrettable. His daughter Gianna was only 13 years of age and this tragedy is heartbreaking. We are also recognizing the exceptional lives of the passengers, as they too are being remembered for their outstanding participation in a sport that brings many of us together.

Kobe played for the Los Angeles Lakers for 20 years! In his last game in April of 2016 he scored 60 points against the Utah Jazz. In 2006 everyone was in awe for his remarkable feat of 81 points he amassed in a game against the Toronto Raptors.

In 2003 Kobe was involved in a scandal that was disconcerting for its graphic details. While the circumstances revealed a life in crisis, he was able to escape the destructive aspects of its repercussions. In my humble opinion, Kobe through 'prayer and supplication' embraced a 'divine correction' in his life that catapulted a loving presence that his family and closest friends have truly recognized and embraced.

As devout Catholics, Kobe and Gianna went to Church very early Sunday morning and received Communion before boarding the helicopter later that fateful day. Everyone that has acquired a discerning nature full of wisdom, can come to the conclusion that our grief will one day come to pass. Everyone that lost their lives will be loved for all eternity in our hearts and will reside in a locale - known as Heaven. Here in Los Angeles where I live, I've noticed a deep sadness due to the tragic loss of all 9 souls. Life is Precious. It's time to remember that we are here for a short period of time to fulfill God's will in our lives. Hug and kiss your entire family and friends, as you will accomplish the angelic test from above, by the love you give.

Our thoughts and prayers are for all the families and close friends of those that left us, last Sunday.

Thanks again for your continuous support.

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Posted by Jesse Dorado on January 28th, 2020 4:09 PMPost a Comment

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