Friday, October 26

Each night turns into a living nightmare.

Published on Feb 12, 2013          
Dr. James Fallon joins Crime Time to talk about the neuroscience that sets a psychopath's apart from other brains. He talks about the testing that is done to see the neurological patterns of serial killers, how those are distinguished from "normal" people, and what can be done with the information.

Each night turns into a living nightmare.
I am running out of fuel.
The last thing I want to hear is sympathy.
I want to see justice.
Without justice there is no hope.

Sunday, October 21

October 21, 2012 Don to Vic during the night

My Dearest Old friend Vic,

This night, the Devil is playing with my mind and I hate the feeling.
I pray that your mind is at peace.
I am looking at my son Chris. And I miss him so.
Only he had the wisdom to marry his wife Ann.

I feel Guilt, but no Shame, for not being a better father; more like Jesus.
I thought, I was the best parent that I could possibly be. Only time will tell.
The Devil was very active in my home. We had a problem that I partly understood and religion didn’t get through to me with the right wisdom.

“I keep crying for hope, but there is no justice.” Job 19:7
I studied the Book of Job and Hamlet in my last year in high school and knew both enough to ace the final exams.

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ,
he is a new creation;
the old has gone, the new has come”  II Corinthians 5:12
My love to you and Maureen
Don Wesley.