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The Tijerina, Delgado, and Wetz Family History

Updated September 29, 2002

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29 September 2002
In Loving Memory of
Jerry Frank Wetz
June 5, 1946-
September 27, 2002

Life and Death

Life is the most precious possession that any one person can have. There is no materialistic composition that can take the place of life itself. Life is a powerful force that has a great impact on the world around us. The greatest impact that life has is on the people we see everyday. The impact that it has on the people we see everyday can be both positive and negative. The positive impact being the pleasure, joy, and memories that person has brought to us. The negative being the loss of the person; the sorrow and grief that comes along with the burden thatís left in our lives.
Everyday we live our lives we take for granted of the possibilities of death. Death is the least thing that people think as the wake up everyday. People all over the world wake up to their alarm clocks, and rush to beat time so that they get to work on time. Little does everybody know that in the end the clock beats everybody.
The loss of a person can be one of the most painful and dreadful events that can cause depression within the family of the individual. This pain and suffering is something that is eternal and felt not only through oneís life but through an entire generation in the genealogical family cycle. There are also times when the pain and suffering last longer than two generations that is when the burden of guilt, sorrow and blame is passed on to other people.
The burden of guilt, sorrow, and blame is one of the worst ways to deal with the loss of a loved one. Guilt will only make the people it affects and their families around them never forget the tragic moment. Sorrow will only make the event everlasting. The blame of ones death will only cause the person to suffer the rest of their lives.
People always try to analyze what other people dye from whether it caused from medical problems/diseases, and natural causes to suicide/murders or car wrecks nobody has seemed to get the cause right. These psychical elements only add to death. The true cause of death is TIME. Time is something nobody can change. It has been said that every second in our lives that goes by is a second closer to our death. I believe this to very true.
Time is very passive and those people who try and rush time are only hurting themselves. That is why when people are trying to rush to work and beat time the ending result at times is a wreck. Time also affects sick people by aging the sickness. The more time a disease progresses is the more time an individualís life is shorten thus again it is time that is killing the person.
There is no reason for anyone to blame a persons death on themselves or on God. God only takes the spirit of your loved one to a better place. A place that is beautiful and peaceful that no living person can describe. There is only one true killer in todayís society. That killer is Father Time who holds the hourglasses of our lives.

Daniel Tijerina
Copy write 2002

Family/Familia Tijerina
tijerina@lycos.co.uk

Family Wetz
wetz@lycos.it

Family/Familia Delgado
delgadofamily@lycos.de

For any questions concerning the genealogy tree feel free to send me a letter my email address is dtijerina06@aol.com
Please do not flood my email with genealogy information. Please redirect it to one of the above email addresses. No responces will come from the email addresses above they will come from my personal address. Thanks Webmaster (Dan)
Updated 09/12/2002 @ 12.06PM CST

 
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