Alex Khadiwala – Life Moments

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From: Alex Khadiwala

To all of you, my closest friends and family, I want to say that I love you.

I say this today in particular in memory of my late father who passed 16 years ago today. It has not been easy to be without the incredible man who was my father as I go through life. But I like to think that the final lesson I learned from my father that this is life. Something fleeting and temporary. Each moment can not be reproduced and should be treated as such. This lesson has taught me to appreciate each one of these moments. Furthermore, I have learned that the people that we experience these moments with and who make most of these moments so special are also temporary. Health and life are precious and fragile things. I understand this through and through.

With this final lesson from my father, I try to live each day appreciating every moment, and every experience; acknowledging and understanding how special each one is.

But as a the question goes, if a tree falls in a forest and nobody is there to hear it, is there a sound? Each moment is not nearly as important nor memorable as it is when we can share these moments with the ones we love and care about.

So, on this important day, I’d like to take a moment to tell you all that I love you all. You make my life important and make me happy to live each of these moments that I have the opportunity to live.

I look forward to every moment we spend together, all the experiences we share, and all the great food and music we enjoy with an expression of bassface.

With all my heart and my sincere love,
Alex

Hydle Reply

Alex – thank you for sharing – you are awesome!

Having also recently lost my father I too cherish the moments that we consider the right here and right now. I believe that is something I have always been particularly good at, but when you lose someone or something that is particularly important to you, it is funny how you are somehow re-reminded to cherish the important people and things that are still in your life.

For you to take the time to reflect about your father and then to share it with your friends means a lot to me and I feel privileged to be included. I wish we all did more thinking, reflecting and especially sharing… Just like you have now :)

Love you dude!

Rock on!
Greg Hydle

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