He was a very strong, very kind and very clever (super)man of worth that I have ever seen anywhere. I don’t know all his secrets but it seems to me that he was able to make almost everything. I played chess with him when I was a little boy. His first myocardial infarction was in 1981, second in 1997, then he had three cerebral strokes in 2003-2007. He very strongly wanted to live… Why those who know something of great worth tell nothing?
It’s hard to say.
Some people just want to remain humble and
not appear that they are showing off.
Oftentimes it’s because they just want you
to love them for who they are, and for no other reason;
or sometimes they want to wait for “the right time”,
which never ends up coming. Lots of possibilities.
But in the end, your life was changed and shaped
by who he was, so his legacy continues in its own way.
I’m once again sorry for your loss . . .
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