Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by iyerviji, Oct 13, 2021.
Very true. Thanks dear
Thanks bro for your lovely feedback
I know how much your loving relationships with the friends and family in Mumbai. You have spent most of your life in Mumbai and it is normal to feel those emotions. But please remember those experiences are embedded in your memory and you can always recall and enjoy those times.
However, please remember it is a golden opportunity for you to spend time with your daughter, son-in-law and grand children. You don't know what are the great times are ahead of you. As we all reach senior years, we need to look forward to time with the family as a great opportunity. I am sure you missed all of them as they lived far away from you those days. I am sure you will soon find a lot of friends in Kerala as well.
But you know all of us never met each other but we are close to each other virtually. You can always reach out to everyone in Mumbai and talk to them over WhatsApp or Video call.
As I mentioned earlier, your husband led an extraordinary life like a Yogi while remaining in a family. God will always spread a redcarpet for him for how much he cared for God's creations.
His life is an example for many and his legacies will speak volume of his impeccable character and discipline. You must feel very proud of him. He will always remain in all our memories.
My best wishes to you for good health.
Dear Thyagarajan Sir,
Thank you for pointing out the error. Initially, my response was assuming Vijiakka was missing Mumbai and later I realized what happened after reading the responses. I missed a few comments slip through when I edited it. Now the last line is changed.