Festive Season

Craig Aven wrote a beautiful song in memory of all those that are not with us this festive season. He hopes the song brings comfort in a difficult time.

 

The festive season is a time filled with love, joy and family. It is a time of year that many people look forward to but for some, it brings heartache and pain as they mourn their loved ones that have left us.

At Good Things Guy, we always want to acknowledge love, so when we saw this video we too were reminded of the love we have for our loved ones who are no longer with us over the festive season.

Craig Aven wrote a beautiful song to help people all over the world with grieving the loss of family and friends. The song pays respects but also builds strength in this hard time.

“This video is dedicated to all who are grieving this holiday season over the loss of someone they love. I pray this song brings you comfort.” – Craig Aven 

We also want to wish you, our readers, love and strength during this time of year. We hope this song brings you some comfort.

Viewers took a moment to remember their loved ones in the comment section and support one another with kindness and warm words. Please feel free to share your story with us or offer support to someone who may need it.

Watch the moving and beautiful video below.

The Sweetest Gift

This video is dedicated to all who are grieving this holiday season over the loss of someone they love. I pray this song brings you comfort.

Posted by Craig Aven on Monday, 12 December 2016


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