CJ Twomey (Facebook)Christopher "C.J." Twomey committed suicide at age 20 in 2010, cutting short his dreams for seeing the world. Twomey's mother, Hallie Twomey, is now using social media to send her son to the places he never got to visit.Through her Facebook group Scattering CJ, Twomey has sent envelopes containing her son's ashes to people all over the world to be scattered, while also keeping his memory alive. These strangers have taken Twomey to places of great natural beauty, as the group's photos attest, but a recent trip to New Mexico attained new heights.According to PressHerald.com, the young man's ashes have reached nearly all 50 U.S states, as well as dozens of overseas locations, including Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Denmark. As of Oct. 23, his ashes have also been in outer space. Thanks to a donation by the Celestis company, Twomey's ashes blasted off, left the Earth's atmosphere and returned to Earth, landing at White Sands Missile RangeFor Hallie Twomey, this quest to send her son's ashes around the world has proved a healing experience. She told PressHerald.com that while she still feels guilt over her son's death, she is touched by the support and kindness that strangers offered through her mission: "I have never experienced such a collective sort of hug."Share this story with your loved ones, and visit Scattering CJ online to see how you can help spread the young man's ashes around the world.