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Gus: A Story of Loss and Love

Gus: A Story of Loss and Love

May 9, 2019-- There is a saying that when we know better, we do better. Such was the case for Gus Mojica, a former gang member. As a young teen, he did what others in his neighborhood were doing without seeing or knowing a better way to live. He recalls vividly the night that changed everything for him. After being in a gang for almost 20 years, he suffered a loss that showed him he had to change. What he has done with his life since then shows how healing deep wounds can lead to a life of meaning and love. (4319 reads)


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