August 07, 2005

Goodbye, grand–father!

The last ten days were absolutely unforgettable – watching somebody dying is tough and difficult, especially if he is a relative of yours.

I was of course deeply saddened with my grandad's death, although there was no tears in my eyes. He was the one who loved me deepest besides my parents, and I could feel it from his never-been-happier smiles each time I saw him. I understand he had been struggling to wait for me to return from England, perhaps I was one of those whom he wanted to see before he left, before he bravely walked through the last part of his eighty-two-year-long journey after suffering from severe sicknesses.

May you rest in peace. When you meet great-grandad, tell him you have had a proudly-lived life.

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  1. min

    pray for ur grandpa and ur family.

    09 Aug 2005, 16:20

  2. khan

    realy sad and we pray for your grand dad and family

    11 Sep 2005, 20:55

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