Allan told me, u obviously din read wat i wrote abt Yasmin when she died.
I said perhaps not...didn't read the newspapers that much.
He gave me the link. I proceeded to the words that I've missed.
(excerpt) But late Saturday night, my friends and I had no more smiles or laughter. After I received the devastating SMS, my mind was clouded over with confused feelings. One acquaintance regretted never making good on his promise to have lunch with Yasmin, even though their offices were just next to each other. Another regretted not having a single photo taken with her.
“Because I thought she was going to be here for a long time,” he said.
And that is how we usually take people for granted. I have many things left unsaid and unsettled, and I always thought that one day, she and I would be able to look back at all the stupid, angry things we said to each other and laugh."
And fresh tears coursed down my cheeks in the wee hours of this Saturday morning.
Even in her death, Kak Min continues with her legacy of love that she has imprinted on us.
Even in her death, she still managed to bring people together.
May I thank thee, Allan, our 'il presidente', for this gift of his renewed friendship.
What? Of coz I la blog about this one! ;)