#21 Jun 26, 2012
My father P'ta Mitchell was an awesome person. He was not a homeless person by accident. He chose not to live in a home on purpose. He loved nature and was one of the most free spirits I've ever known. He spoke with us (his children) often and encouraged all of us to do well and be joyful. He believed in living in harmony with all the animals. He wrote in one of his journals back in 1987 how much he hated stepping on ants by accident, so he decided to walk at night instead. His children, grandchildren, siblings, nieces and nephews will always love and miss him. May God have and hold him. R.I.P Boston Pops. I love you.
#22 Jun 27, 2012
although that lifestyle is not for everyone, I admire his love and respect for all life. you were certainly blessed by his teachings. my sympathies to you and your family for your loss. may his example live on in your family and those who YOU touch with your lives....
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