posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 01:31 PM
I once had an indian colleague whose grandparents came from India.
He was a great guy, great sportsman and worker, worked hard and thought that he could help India's development with funds, in person. He took out
most of his savings out, as his contact told him cash was mandatory for the deal, made that trip to India and wanted to start off by buying up a
parcel of land in Chennai and start from there.
He was away for a few days, and then one day, his wife got a visit from the cops through the indian embassy that he had committed suicide in Chennai,
leaving her with 2 very young kids.
His young wife could not believe it, for there was absolutely no reason why her husband would want to die, but there was nothing that she could do,
for death was a reality. When she asked about the funds, the cops knew nothing of it, nor did the embassy or its contacts in India, and refused to
conduct further investigations.
To this day, many knew he could'nt have committed suicide for he had everything to live for, and equally all knew how corrupted India is, even today.
Suicide is often the most convenient excuse when someone needs to bummed for whatever he had.
I do not write this to claim that Aaron's untimely death was not a coincidence, or blame the govt as there are far more powerful and greedy entities
than govts in our world, but only that death by suicide is suspicious, espacially for one as young as him and a firm activist whose belief in his
cause for humanity would have kept him fighting to the very end and never give up so easily.
Whatever it is, death had been a reality.
I thank him for his contribution and his fight for mankind. As I finish this first and last glass of champagne, I pour the rest into the ground for
his mortal dna shell, in honor to his selfless time on Earth, and light a candle in memory of him for his soul in his journey home.
Rest in Peace Aaron. You are not the first, nor the last, as we fight for mankind's destiny. Your death will not be in vain, as many more will stand
in your place, by the intelligence, determination and courage shown.