He quoted a passage in which Juliet tells Romeo of the depths of her love:
My bounty is as boundless as the sea,This was written to describe a woman's love for a man but as I was listening, I couldn't help but think that this passage better describes another type of love - the purest, deepest, and most sacrificial ever felt by any human - the love of a mother for her child. There is no rival. For how many women begin with the same "Juliet-type" feelings for their own lover that over time, fades and in some cases, disappears altogether?
My love as deep, the more I give to thee
The more I have, for both are infinite.
But a mother could never "file for divorce" from her child. The notion is preposterous. Whatever may happen, that bond and love, even if it flows one way at times (especially during the teenage years), is always there. It can never break. It will survive and perhaps grow stronger, even in death.
Josh's tree is the only one that still has leaves.
Peace on Earth ornaments
RIP my beloved son.