My Mentor, My Friend a Father figure

by Rajwinder Singh Osahan
(Muscat, Oman)


I lost my most loved friend HAPS few days back. I was informed by a phone call from India by a neighbor of his. I could not believe he had passed away. I still can't come to terms with this sad news. I am not in India and probably won't be able to go to the last prayers. I am feeling bad as I will not be able to go to bid farewell to my lovely friend. I am shocked to learn about his passing away. I met him in July this year and spoke with him at length in October when I visited India as my father in law passed away. I am feeling this to be like a dream and I will wake up anytime. I have lost my mother, My best friend Aman in 2000, my father in law and now my lovely friend HAPS. I can't stop thinking about him and the lovely times we spent together. He was so knowledgeable. He used to guide me on life, work, job, family, parenthood, marriage and everything that mattered to me. I have very few friends who are very close to me and none who is like HAPS. I was chatting with him few weeks back and was discussing about usual things. I am unable to cry as I can't still believe it has happened. I remember him again and again during the day and when I lie down in bed I think about him. I pray to God to bless my lovely friend peace and all the love. I will miss you HAPS as till now I feel you are there.

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