Jason's Memory Garden

About Jason Kruger

Jason Kruger 28/01/1989 – 05/03/2009

by on Feb.19, 2010, under About Jason Kruger

Jason was our firstborn. He was the most loving and caring older brother anyone could wish for. He leaves behind, brother Luke,17, and sisters, Kyla,14 and Jade,12.
Jason was a quiet, gentle child. He was a pleasure to have and I thank God everyday for the 20 wonderful years he was able to be a part of our family.
He was a typical artist, creative, innovative and always filled with ideas, dreams and desires.
He loved creating sculptures with clay and wood. Some still linger in my garden as a memory of his talents.
He was a blackbelt karate student and was the top academic pupil in primary school.
Jason had a wonderful, fine sense of humour and we miss this part of him too. We miss his laugh, his voice and his wonderful presence in our family.
Jason always had time to help others in need and was an avid member of the Interact club at their school. He never ever had anything bad to say about someone else, but would rather see the good in that person.
We will always remember him as the gentle, loving soul he was.
His place is empty now, but we fill it with the wonderful memories he has left us.
Jason had a higher calling and we as a family have to accept and live with that.
This project is to honour his name and to keep his memory alive for ever

Our beloved Jason, 28/01/89 - 05/03/09

“What He means” – our song for Jason by Just Jinger

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If there is Grace in this world
If there is light on this earth
Let us use it, let us see it.. starting right now

Can we be down with ourselves?
Respectful and mindful of one
Of one another, your significant other,
Your sister or brother?

Peace, Love, more tolerance.
Faith, hope, trust in the same name of God

Peace, Love, more tolerance.
Faith, hope, trust in the same name of God in whose
name we die for, take an innocent life for
well that’s not what he means..
and it doesn’t matter what Book you read

Is there relief upahead?
Cos Judgement and hearing await
A weight on our mindsto bear,
A shame on our hearts to wear

Where is Salvation now?
Now that we have what we want
Now that we have our wars..

Peace, Love, more tolerance.
Faith, hope, trust in the same name of God in whose
name we die for, take an innocent life for
well that’s not what he means..
and it doesn’t matter what Book you read

with a little bit of ease and little bit of calm
acceptance is the key to all we know
what about a stir of compassion and
lenience?
what about some understanding?
what about some sympathy?

Peace, Love, more tolerance.
Faith, hope, trust in the same name of God in whose
name we die for, take an innocent life for
well that’s not what he means..
and it doesn’t matter what Book you read
(FREEDOM, KINDNESS, WARM DELIVERANCE,
COMFORT, MERCY, REDEMTION SONG!!)


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