Family and friends gathered Friday to mourn 4-year-old Pedro Rios Jr., but postponed his burial until his maternal grandmother could arrive from Mexico. "Son, I know you can't hear me anymore, but thank you for the good things," Pastor Abel Villareal of Bethel Christian Center said as he looked toward the small white casket. "It was an honor, son. "I won't say goodbye, I will say, 'I will see you later,' " he said as some of the more than 150 mourners openly wept. The boy died Tuesday after being mauled by two pit bulls outside his home in east Harris County. He will be buried today at Grand View Memorial Park in Pasadena. http://chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/4358829.html I know that all pit bulls do not kill. I know some are gentle. I also know that some smokers live to be quite old and die of unrelated illnesses. I know that people die in vehicle accidents that are wearing seat belts. I know that some people who have .08 alcohol in their system are driving more safely than teetotalers driving while talking on cell phones. I know that a small amount of Arabs are terrorists. I know that all drug users do not live a life of crime and violence. It is just that some potential threats require greater caution.