“Lost In The Shuffle”

With a new coating of everlasting snow on the ground as nightfall becomes a reality one is welcomed with slightly warmer temps or maybe the true fact is that one is dressed in layers against the chill of the new coming day. It becomes evident that children are lost in the shuffle as it is apparent in the case of Madeline McCann that is still been missing for quite a long time for at least going on four years. The parents carry on their daily activities, with two younger children to care for with the prospect of some day in the near future that this precious little one will be found. There are many more families anguished in the same predictment not knowing what has happened to their children. This is happening daily in some of the major cities where people regardless of age for whatever the circumstances just disappear. Just as law enforcements try their utmost to do what is necessary, they too are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of cases presented. Sometimes it is the fact that it is beyond their control. Yet too, some law enforcement officials are better trained and better equipped than others to deal with the problem. Some too are part of the problem,as they give up to readily, yet others find a solution with mere diligence in staying on top of it. Sometimes saddened to say that certain family members will couver up the situation by telling the authorities just part and not the whole story so therefore it will make the search much more difficult. Hopefully one day the community may work with the school, all religious organisations together will find a common goal.

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