I'm sorry to hear about Keith's loss but I have no sympathy for him. My condolences go out to his family and his family only.
If Keith was a truly caring individual then I would have better words for him, but since he has proven time and again how hateful and unsympathetic he has been towards so many people that has crossed his path, I find it difficult to be kind in his time of grief.
I would love more than anything to wish him better days but, unfortunately, he's the kind of person who will never change despite whatever personal tragedy comes his way. Though I believe he will miss his mother a lot I don't believe he will take this loss as anything more than what it is.
He can get up there and be an advocate for breast cancer research but I would like to see just how far he intends to go with that. Will this be the extent of his public announcement or will he volunteer some of his time to express the true nature of the devastating effects of breast cancer?
Though breast cancer doesn't run in my family I have made it a point to be involved in this research by donating money and some of my time. If it takes a personal tragedy to get this guy to do more for his fellow human being, and he doesn't stop, then I will begin to believe that maybe somewhere inside that cold heart lies a little bit of warmth.
But until that actually starts happening, I will continue to see Keith as a coldhearted bastard.