Disclaimer : Sam’s Fateah video link is embedded. If you don’t understand Arabic, kindly listen after 2 min 7 seconds, as it’s in Hindi / Urdu. If video stucks, open it via desktop and download it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The truth is, just because I let you go, does not mean, I wanted too ..
We all change, but nothing will ever change us like losing someone we care about and looking into their eyes for the very last time.
Link to post: Linkedin Post
As I pen down this post, I am reminded of the two promises I made to you on 4th Apr 2023.
- Rest assured, I am wholeheartedly committed to honouring the promise I made to you. I will spare no effort in conveying your heartfelt apology to everyone you cherished deeply.
- I will go to LAST Conference 2023 and speak on the same platform where we once stood together five years ago.
Bhai, as I traverse this journey of life, I’ve embraced a profound truth – there are moments when it’s worth bearing the burden of others’ mistakes rather than immersing ourselves in the intricate details, sparing ourselves unnecessary pain. Along the way, I’ve learned that misplaced, unclear pranks can inadvertently sow the seeds of dreadful misunderstandings, leaving scars on the bonds we hold dear.
Reflecting on your experiences, I can’t help but wish that you had taken the opportunity to clarify those misunderstandings. Communication, bhai, is a powerful tool to mend the cracks in our relationships and foster a deeper understanding between us.
Time and tide wait for none. It has been a month since you left us, Sam, and life feels incomplete without you. You are constantly in my thoughts, and I hope you are now happy and free from pain. Your presence was cherished during your life and continues to be even after you left us.
In the past month, I’ve encountered people who share kind words about you, revealing the divine essence you carried. The events of 26th July 2022 have profoundly changed our family, and expressing my feelings about you seems impossible.
Athar uncle and his family traveled from a considerable distance to pay their last respects at your and Dad’s grave.
To keep the article concise, I am sharing a video of Samar’s Fateah with Athar uncle. For those who couldn’t attend the funeral, this allows them to recite Surah e Fateah from afar and virtually visit his grave.
Baba and Samar Fateah – Athar Uncle
As per previous request, I had already uploaded the final resting place of Ali and Baba. I am so thankful to Athar uncle and family who travelled from Srinagar to pay their last rights to Sam in May.
Athar uncle said beautiful prayers for my departed brother soul. I will always be in-debeted uncle. All of you have stood like a family.
For Hindi and Urdu, please forward the video up-to 2 minutes 10 seconds to be part of Samar’s Fateah and Athar uncle Dua for him. For sure, we belong to Allah and we all will return back to him.
Allah, please grant my brother all the blessings and peace in the other world. Forgive his sins and keep him close to you. We all belong to Allah and we surely will return to him.
Bhai, I wish you could hug me and keep hugging me until my soul melts into tears.
It’s getting too heavy inside …
The two best men of my life are buried just together and side by side
Please find the link to Sam’s last post https://www.insprove.com/dreams-2023/
During this profoundly overwhelming time for our family, I am sincerely grateful for your prayers and unwavering support.
Please recite Surah – e – Fateah for Syed Ali Samar Zaidi S/O Syed Ali Haider Zaidi
The closer I got to people, the more alone I felt. and their faces would say more about me than I could of myself. I left pieces of me in places that would fill me, and in the end, I lost myself in everything I loved.