Dear Niki Wunderlink,
I feel for you and almost want to crush the people around you who aren’t allowing you to speak with me and RJ and Blake. We’ve all been friends to you, but all you’ve done is not allow yourself to be unisolated, and the guardians you have are isolating you. Use of isolation is a common tactic for the guardians at the present, and that’s what they decided. IF there was a word I’d say to describe what you’re going through, it is simple: abuse. I don’t stand for this, nor will I stand for this in your afterlife. You will be in Heaven and in a kingdom someday where inhibitions to talking or speaking to others are not allowed by the Lord God Almighty. The Lord God is more powerful than any guardian, and we are all his children. We are free in the blood of Christ who died for us, and you should live forever in that. But Niki, you don’t understand. I’m going through the same things, and I had an isolatory incident where my dad told me not to talk to a certain guy in California.
Henry, aged 30 years at the time, or somewhat 34, was the first boyfriend I eventually had and broke up with. Henry was a correspondence like RJ is right now, and Henry was in another world, raising a teenage son. I didn’t know this till I called him, but I’ll never forget the ringer on his phone at the time I first called. It was Bob Dylan, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door. When I heard the song next time on the radio, I remembered. I remembered HEnry’s beautiful voice, his audible smile, and his consideration. But what I did not count on was my dad’s isolation, his taking away of the Internet and phone so I couldn’t talk to anyone outside the locale. This was abuse. This is abuse. I will not stand for this. Abuse is horrific, and either my parents or the state are advocating abuse of the blind and physically handicapped. Niki, I will pray that you come back to us, and I will continue to think about the things we discussed on Twitter. I”m sorry we had to end it like this, but RJ and Blake are really concerned. RJ is concerned you’re being isolated, and we all know that this is not what’s best for you. IF I were President, I’d change the law for you. I’d do what I could to set you free. That’s what I intend to do.
Dear Niki Wunderlink,