Every Face Tells A Story

I remember the first time I met Mohammed. It was his passion for life, personality, and playful attitude that caught my attention. These things instantly drew me into a gentle love for him. He smiled, laughed, and my favorite: made as many different facial expressions as he could at me.

We would have epic battles, lasting only a few minutes, of trying to come up with the most unusual expression. He would win some, I would win some. Our battles would become more extravagant as we started to use surrounding objects.  We would copy one another by putting spoons in our mouths as we tried to be a walrus or some other animal.

From the first moment I saw him, I began to pray for him; I was instantly attached and felt connected to him. Mohammed

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