In Tim Russert's book about his father, he relays a story about how to deal with bad times and personal trouble. Russert's father -- "Big Russ" -- said if you take all of your troubles and put them in a box today, and did not open that box until a few years later, when you did open the box it would always be empty. It's so hard for any of us to see that when we are in distress, but it is true. We lost a young man, approximately Will's age, in our family only a short time ago and it just tears a family apart, so my heart goes out to the Barrow family and his friends at Virginia and in New York. But let his mistake, and that's all his suicide was, a huge mistake, a fatal error in judgment, be a lesson to us all. Maybe the memory of his tragic wrong turn can save another life in lacrosse down the road, which is often a bumpy one.