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Go gently Into the Night

Everyone thinks “It won’t happen to me”. And this attitude costs them dearly

Musings of an Inconsistent Libran

I lost someone to SARS CoV-2 virus today. Someone, whom I knew as an energetic young man, doting father of two lovely girls, and above all a much-loved Football Coach around downtown Mumbai.

The 80000+ death toll count in India caused by the virus was mere statistics to me, something that you watch happening on a TV screen in front of you. You are just a silent observer, not having felt how real all those deaths can be.

Then you lose someone close to you and in a heartbeat, you are forced to take possession of that loss as it becomes your reality. Memoirs of such incidents may have just flashed your mind too, we all are in the same boat comprehending the loss. My friend’s family is struggling to come to terms with the loss of a person who was so alive and whose birthday they celebrated a…

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