Finding a Lost Loved One1:22 AM
One of the most painful emotions human beings have to endure since the beginning of time is the loss of a loved one. Whether it is just physical separation, broken emotional ties, or even death, the pain is real. But imagine losing a loved one without knowing what has happened to him, I cannot even begin to fathom the depths of pain involved in these circumstances.
Last October 9, 2015, my husband's uncle Vicente Muning Jr. went missing from his place at Niog, Bacoor, Cavite. At 70 years old, he has Alzheimer's Disease. This is why it will be difficult for him to find his way back to his home on his own. He was last seen wearing a black polo shirt, maong pants, and white rubber shoes.
That afternoon, he was presumably waiting for his wife to come home from work as usual, showing that there are things like love we never really forget even if we get struck down by physical affliction. Not long after that, he went missing. Knowing his condition, his wife has made it a point to always put her calling card in his pocket. Unfortunately, this card was seen neatly tucked away in his belongings left at home.
His family has gone through so much anguish and worry from that day. Who wouldn't when you don't have any idea of a loved one's whereabouts especially in such fragile condition. They have gone through the usual and not so usual route in their search for their missing loved one but to no avail.
This is an appeal to the public, to anyone who may have some information as to his whereabouts. His coming home safely will be the best Christmas gift ever to his family. Please contact his son, Mark Anthony Muning through his mobile numbers 0917-8976877, 0927-8792186, 0919-6993356.
I wouldn't even try to measure the degree of loneliness of any family going through this. All I know is that they need all the help they can get in finding their lost loved one.
That said, we would appreciate any suggestion in locating him as soon as possible.