Don't harbor hatred just love your children

Philippines
September 4, 2016 7:40pm CST
I felt sad and sorrow for this man who lost his wife during the Davao City blast and wants to join the President in the fight against the Abusayaf bandits. Unfortunately, they have three children and youngest one is left crying for breast feed. Maybe if he was single, he could join the military or any armed group against the bandits. But they have three children, in my opinion, it's not logical because if he dies they will be left alone not knowing their parents. Besides, military training takes years. I wish to put the video, but he is speaking dialect.
A man is grieving over the death of his wife in the Davao City blast He asked the president to allow him to fight against Abu Sayyaf to avenge her death His young wife left three young children aged 6, 2 and 1 year old MANILA, Philippines  – The husband of
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@JudyEv (134863)
• Bunbury, Australia
5 Sep 16
This is very, very sad. Perhaps when he is over the worst of his grief he might think differently about going off and leaving his children.
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• Philippines
5 Sep 16
Hello @JudyEv he is definitely grieving and not thinking straight, although I could be in the same situation but it won't bring my family back and make my life worst.
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@MattMeng (3270)
• Hangzhou, China
5 Sep 16
I take the similar idea, we should take care of our children first. And I hope everyone could live in a peace world.
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• Philippines
5 Sep 16
For the sake of his children at least @MattMeng they need love not revenge, too innocent for them to be left behind.
@epiffanie (10404)
• Australia
6 Sep 16
I agree with you.. I'd rather see him taking care of his 3 little children .. I know how he must be so carried away by his emotion losing his wife.. but that poor baby who the mother need the father ..
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• Philippines
6 Sep 16
Yeah, that baby will grow up not knowing her mother except from his dad and relatives @epiffanie
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@hereandthere (32762)
• Philippines
5 Sep 16
it's understandable. but i hope his parents, siblings and also the family of his wife help him, prioritize the children's welfare and future.
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• Philippines
5 Sep 16
Yes, I hope the wife's family will be around to support and help him not to do this @hereandthere
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