It’s never the right time

“When your father dies, say the Irish

You lose your umbrella against bad weather “


I realized no matter how I said to myself, “I’ll let you go”, It was not easy… I was preparing myself long time ago, when you had an accident, I prayed to God that if ever it’s your time, to take you away in peace, I rather see you leave than suffer. That was 13 years ago!

Now that you’re gone, I thought I was ready but no! I think no one will be ready in time of death. No one!It’s never the right time.


I thank you so much papa, you’re such a wonderful father to all of us. You taught me so much… to be fearless and hard-working. You will always be my inspiration, my rock and my soul. I miss you so much , rest in peace and know that you will always be my superhero!

Thank you everyone who came and stayed with us, thank you for those who sent their condolences and financial contributions. Thank you for your thoughts, for your time and comfort. Thank you everyone , your expression of sympathies profoundly touch our heart.




APRIL 10, 1923 – AUGUST 6, 2018

Author: jamilamimi

a mother of two, professionally working as cosmetic dentist, a lover of own perception in and out.

2 thoughts on “It’s never the right time”

  1. The Irish were right in their saying that when your dad goes, you lose your umbrella against bad weather. That’s exactly what happened to me and my sister! The protective umbrella was gone and we were at the mercy of rich thugs and all kinds of alligators, crocodiles, leeches, snakes, termites, and vultures, to say the least.

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