posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 03:01 AM
Rest in Peace, Tayesin. I'm praying for you, your family and your friends.
My father passed away when he was only 48. He was an amazing person; very smart, creative, funny. Some people would call him a Jack of all trades,
but he was more like a master of all trades. He suffered much physical and emotional pain throughout his life, yet lived to help others. Everybody
knew they could come to him for encouragement and advice.
My point is, I honestly believe that some people are able to accomplish so many great things in such a small amount of time that they are too good for
this sorry world. I did not know Tayesin. I just read the OP, and I just read his "Good Night Friends" post. From the little I have read of him
in the OP and from other people's posts about him, and the little I have read from him, it sure seems like it to me that he was the type of person
who was too good for this world. (Believe me, I completely understand that makes it even harder to say good-bye)
When I think of people like this, I compare them to a flash of lightning. When lightning flashes, it lasts for just a short amount of time, but that
short amount of time sure is full of a beautiful, dazzling beauty which is certainly a pleasure for all who had the privilege of witnessing it.