Monday, February 14, 2005

I think it's great that the baby is returning to its rightful parents. But, it's sad that eight other couples claimed Abilash also as their own. This tells me that there are so many people and parents that lost loved ones and children. Also, it's the other way around too. Statistics show that 1,079 children have lost both parents and about 3,700 children have lost at least one of their parents. In Sri Lanka, out of the 35,000 people that parished, 12,000 of them were children. That's about one third! That to me is overwhelming. Abilash is a very lucky baby to be back with his rightful parnets again. His parents were the only ones to file a formal case to keep the baby, but the records got washed away by the flood. The thought of losing their son made them very sad and even suicidal. They received lots of counseling and were even arrested for wanting to take their son out of the hospital. The reason why they were arrested was because the court wouldn't let them take the baby yet because no DNA had yet proven that the baby did of course belong to them. But, all is done and everything is exactly how it should be. Hopefully, there will be more amazing stories like this in the days to come.


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