Jaden Rayne, a teenage boy who grew up with a tattoo of a cross on his left cheek, is hoping that his tattoo will be a way to bring back some semblance of peace to the world.
In the months since Jaden’s tattoo was removed, Rayne has received a number of messages and messages of support from people across the world, including from the president of the United States.
In an Instagram post that went viral last week, President Donald Trump wrote, “I wish you the best in your journey and the strength and joy that comes with it.
The power of love, and of hope, and faith, and all the blessings that come from it.”
Rayne is not alone.
The teen’s story has been shared by hundreds of celebrities and artists.
It’s also been featured on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen DeMuths show and on the ABC sitcom, Ellen.
“I’ve been thinking about it,” Rayne said.
“I’ve just been thinking a lot about the people that I know who’ve gone through this.
I’ve been really appreciative of the support and the love from my friends, the support from the people in the news media, the people who were doing the show.
It just gives me hope that we can find some kind of common ground and have some sort of common understanding and understanding.”
Raynes story has resonated beyond his hometown of New Jersey, where he grew up.
Rayne says he is grateful for the outpouring of support he has received, particularly from celebrities, artists and even the president.
“It’s a really great message,” he said.
“Even when I didn’t get it, I knew that I could take it.
I knew the power of people.
I know what people really mean.
I just want to make sure that it goes out there and I can make it known to somebody.”
Rayna Rayne is a teen from New Jersey who has been diagnosed with a rare skin cancer.
Her tattoo has been removed.
She is the only one of four children in her family.
(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)The teen’s journey has taken him across the country, from New York City to Philadelphia to Las Vegas, from his hometown in New Jersey to Las Cruces, New Mexico, to a hotel in Las Vegas.
Raynes family is in mourning for the loss of his tattoo.
“This has been really a rough time for me,” he says.
“It has been rough.
I have lost my parents, I have gone through a lot, and I have been really upset with the world and with my parents and with what’s going on with our country and what we’re going through right now.
It has been a very challenging journey.””
And it’s kind of like my journey and my journey with it has been pretty crazy.
It has been a very challenging journey.”
Jaden Raynes story touched everyone, and it inspired many to write letters and tweet, send pictures and do things online.
“We have a young family and we have a tattoo that I had on my arm and it’s gone and I’ve had this ink removed,” he explained.
Just to see what’s there and just say, ‘Wow, I had it on my body for years and it wasn’t there anymore.'””
If it helps, you know, to just give it a chance and maybe maybe one day you’ll be able to see it.
Just to see what’s there and just say, ‘Wow, I had it on my body for years and it wasn’t there anymore.'”
The teen is also looking to spread awareness about the rare cancer.
“People who have this are very brave people,” he told WCBS 880’s “The Early Show.”
They put it on their Twitter, they have Facebook and Instagram accounts and they are not afraid of anything. “
You know, they put it out there.
I think people are ready for that. “”
They just want the truth and they just want it to be seen.
I think people are ready for that. “