The time has passed so quickly but there is not a day that goes by that i dont miss you or think about you.The image of your face and the sound of your voice whispers sweet nothings in my ear. I miss you so much mimi x
“It has been said, 'time heals all wounds.' I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.“I think it is all a matter of love; the more you love a memory the stronger and stranger it becomes
I awake each morning to start a new day But the pain of loosing you never goes away. I go about the things I have to do And as the hours pass I think again of you. I want to call you and just hear your voice Then I remember that I have no choice For you are not there and now my heart cries Just to see you again to tell you goodbye To say Mimi I love you and I always will And hope that much of you, in me you've instilled. The day that you left I just didn't know That you were going where I couldn't go. And now all my memories of you are so dear But gosh, how I miss you and wish you were here. Who now can hear me when I need to cry? It so hard to tell you "Mimi goodbye." Someday I know all will be well And I'll see you again with stories to tell Of how you were missed and how we have grown And how good it is to finally be home. Until then my memories of you I'll keep near And I'll pass them on to those who are dear. I miss you Mimi,
Rough Translation from Gujarati Our sister Pravina (ben) whom we fondly call Mina; today, it is her ultimate departure and our aunt Prabha, brother Mahesh and sister Gita, and rest of Morjaria family and all others are very saddened. Oh God! You have taken back a gift that you gave us. She was our family’s jewel. She was the center of our love. She was the foundation support for our aunt. Mina was a very generous and kind human being. She lived her whole life helping others, treating their happiness as her own. While she took pride in her work, she was always humble and modest. Even in her death, she donated her organs so that the lives of others can improve. Today, in our selfishness and unenlightened state, we mourn for her but Oh God! Please forgive us. Oh God, we pray that our sister’s “atman” (soul) achieves everlasting peace. We all have to go through this eternal cycle of birth and death as explained by Lord Krishna in the Bhagvad Gita (Chapter 9, Stanza 7) “Oh Arjuna, at the end of the millennium all material manifestations enter into My nature, and at the beginning of another millennium, by My potency, I create them again.”
I am still having a hard time believing that you are really gone from this Earth. I haven't seen you for quite a while but I will never forget your gentle, quiet and serene demeanor. I always looked at you as a person with great integrity. Wherever you are now, rest in peace
I'll always remember what a special person you were to all of us. You left us all too soon, but are with us forever in our heart, our memories, You will always be missed & loved. Love always,xx
pushtimarag yamunaji jamuna jamunaji vaishnav yamunastakam in gujarati with lyrics. વંદન કરું શ્રી યમુનાજીને શ્રી કૃષ્ણ આશ્રય આપજો. shrinathji darshan. yamunashtak or yamunashtakam
Gita, Pankaj, Reeya and Ani, It is a shock to hear such sad news. I have several fond memories of Mina from the time your family moved to Bangalore, when I visited your place in London and your trip to Aberdeen. I hope you all have strength to bear this loss and carry on. shashi,
Farewell my friend you're leaving It's time for you to go Your friendship was a blessing And I will miss you so My goodbyes i have said Which made me feel so sad The day was sunny and bright You shone like a bright light I will always have you as an Angel by my side forever from now I bid you farewell and take a faithful bow God Bless you Mina x
Dear Mina ben ......you were a wonderful person !!! When we met, you were ALWaYS Smiling :))) and you gave so much LOVE and KINDNEsS to all the people you touched around you....It was lovely travelling to INDIA with you, Praba Masi, Gita and Pankaj last year :)))) We had a lovely time and our memories of you will remain with us forever !!!! May your soul R.I.P...Love Didi and Chiman bhai xxxx
Mina Ben/Fai.. You were such a loving sister and fai to us all. Whenever we would come to see you and Mota Baa we would always leave with a big smile and full stomachs :) You always put everyone else's needs before yours and were truly an inspiration to us all. We will miss you and will never forget all the good memories. Jagdish, Kirti, Hemal, Reena & Kunal
To hear the news i was in shocked, when reeya anni said it, i asked her back is it "MIMI" b,cos i didnt belive it, very sad to hear and i feel loss... Everytime you see us, you kept asking me to come to the house since last two years, i never did that... it is my fault, even after my baby you wished to see her, i didnt even do that...i am sorry for not doing which you always wished from me masi... Now i want to come to your house but your are not there... i am so sad... You are such a loving aunty that we all had, We will miss you forever Nisha, Mayu and Mahisha...
Calm and composed she was, her most remarkable character was her unconditional love and dedication to my Guruji, Jeje, Minaben had genuine love for one and all in her heart and will always be missed, God wanted her deserved soul to be performing duties for him personally and hence is freed from her body. love you Minaben.
Minaben was my Vaishnav Sister and her most remarkable character was her unconditional dedication to my Guruji, Shri Rasikvallabhrai Maharajshri. She was calm and composed with genuine love for one and all in her heart and her presence will be missed always. Minaben's soul was taken away from her body as God wanted her deserved soul to perform duties personally for him only. Love you Minaben. RIP
Every time we are in your house we sit by the door Waiting just to hear the sound Of your footsteps on the floor, we concentrate so religiously On wishing just to see That sweet smile you always gave When you came face to face with us, we know they say you’ve gone now But it can’t be true we didn’t even say good bye, So we are waiting here for you we try so hard to stop my eyes Glaring at the clock, we try so hard to not wait For the key turning in the lock, we want just to be close to you And call you “MIMI” again So we sit here and we wait for you, our older wiser friend we wait for hours for you So why don’t you ever come? The sun is going down now And darkness has begun Every time we are in your house, we hate when we must leave we tell people you’ll come back So why don’t they believe? This is the last night That’ll we’ll sit by the door we’ve all grown up a lot now, we can’t pretend anymore But please MIMI Make us feel free If we can’t wait for you Will you please wait for us? we can’t wait to see you Because we miss you so much The warmth of your love And the love in your touch Mina Nanny just a promise That we’ll see you someday, Just promise me that Make our tears go away And then just a question And nothing more Do you wait for us, At heavens door? we miss you Mina Nanny xxxx
Pravina, I only knew you for a short time but you were remarkable in your friendliness and your ability to listen to and calm those around you both at work and in your personal life. You will be greatly missed.
To the family of Pravina We are all deeply saddened by Pravina being taken from us so suddenly. Many of us had been working with her right up to the day she fell ill. The tragic news of her being so ill in hospital was passed very quickly around her colleagues at HMRC, and this in itself shows how much we all immediately felt the loss and wished to obtain support from each other. That loss will, of course, be so much greater to you and we extend our deepest sympathy to you all. Each of us has a particular and poignant memory of the last time we were with Pravina, unaware of what was to occur so soon afterwards. We each value that particular memory, seeing her in our mind’s eye in the place and locations that we worked with her. We have tried to put together below a short pen picture of what Pravina did at work and hope that these words will give you a glimpse into her life at HMRC and what she meant to us. In terms of the simple job description, Pravina was a Local Compliance Accountant who worked in the London and Anglia team of accountants. Her day to day work was giving advice on aspects of accounting to colleagues in North London and Central London. She had about a dozen accounting colleagues in the team, but worked with many more tax inspectors across various offices. We all spoke together every week, often face to face, and joined up together with the whole HMRC compliance accounting community at regular courses just outside Lincoln. Pravina always did her work with great diligence and ability. However, that in itself does not in any way measure what she did for the team – after all purely technical knowledge is expected of us all. Pravina’s particular contribution to the team over and above her accounting knowledge was the warmth and kindness of her personality. She was effortlessly gracious at all times, cheerful and equable in temperament in every situation. All of us remember times when a quiet chat with Pravina defused concerns, encouraged us on our way and generally smoothed things over. The warmth of her personality did so much to keep us all working happily together as a team, and that warmth was always delivered unobtrusively and without any undue self regard on her part. Pravina was also fun to be with – a wry sense of humour permeated much of what she said and contributed to the team. All in all, she was a truly valued colleague at work and we will miss her in many ways. We hope and pray that you can take some comfort that though Pravina has been taken too soon, during the time she was with us her life at work was lived well as a much loved and valued colleague and friend. From her current and former team members at work. Cyril Moneke London Richard Cannon London Winston Williams London Kit Pogson Croydon Karen Fox Croydon Duncan Jones Norwich Stephen Harrap Peterborough Mike Bach Norwich Raj Chumber London Andrew Chinniah King’s Lynn Mike Cherry Cambridge Hazra Khansaheb London Maureen Huckle Cambridge Anil Mathew London Andrew Dabrowski London Shahid Jabbar London
Mina we met for a short while, connected and communicated with each other in such a way, that words cannot describe the emotional events of the day.My eyes filled with tears rolling down my face,just wondering why we had met in that place .You encouraged and gave me strength along the way ,just so you could be around for another day.Mina lived for us to see,how a child of God must be.He took her from the rest ,Cause he knew she was the Best. Farewell my friend you are leaving,its time for you to go Your friendship was a blessing and i miss you so.I will always have you in my thoughts and prayers God Bless You Mina xxxPeter