Re: Lorton Man Shot, Killed in Driveway
Date: June 16, 2008 07:11PM
Samira jan, its really sad to know that yooh have losst your love.. the first thing I asked after I hurd about him was " did he had a girlfriend or wife?" and they said yes and that you were about to get aengaged to him.. I know how it feels to lose your love ... my prayers are out there for yooh and the rest of abbasi family.. may Faird jan rest in peace.
> Someone once said that, “Love is stronger than
> death, even though it can't stop death from
> happening, but no matter how hard death tries, it
> can't separate people from love. It can't take
> away our memories either. In the end, life is
> stronger than death.”
> Faridullah Abbasi was the greatest man I have ever
> known…it is no wonder why I chose him to spend the
> rest of my life with. And it is the greatest
> delight to know that he had chosen me as well.
> We have all heard of Fred’s contagious
> smile, a radiant glow of light that would not only
> brighten a room, but brightened up my world. His
> mannerisms were far greater than that of a 23
> year-old young man. Whether you were a stranger or
> a close friend, Fred showed the same care and
> utmost respect to everyone who crossed his path. I
> fell head over heels for him from the second I
> allowed my heart to love. Our story was no
> ordinary love…no. It was the kind of love that
> motivated me each day and gave me hope for
> tomorrow. It was the kind of love that was
> entwined with respect and embedded with our
> cultures. It was the kind of love that was waiting
> to spread its wings.
> To know that Fred loved ME until his
> last breath is the greatest feeling in the world.
> I have no regrets. I gave to him all that I could
> give, and did not end a single day without showing
> him how much I cared.
> Yes, it is the hardest and worse
> feeling in the world to lose the man I planned to
> spend the rest of my life with. I wanted to wake
> up to his text message and go to sleep with his
> voice. I wanted to continue to watch his soccer
> games as his #1 fan. I wanted to feel his body
> next to mine during each movie I watched. I wanted
> to continue our adventurous trips to unknown
> destinations. I wanted to sign the Qur’an with his
> hand next to mine. I wanted to wake up to his
> smell and glowing face each morning. I wanted to
> carry his last name next to my first. I wanted him
> to be the father of my children. In fact, we
> planned to have 12 children, 11 for our own little
> soccer team and a substitute, just in case. I
> wanted a lot of things, and Fred was included in
> all of them. But we must not forget, my friends,
> it is not what I want or you want or he wants or
> she wants…it is what God wants. God wanted Fred,
> and we all now have him as our angel. What more
> can I ask for than have the man that I am in love
> with be in Heaven? How more satisfied can I be?
> That is what allows me to smile again, and is my
> new motivation in life.
> The last months of Fred’s life were
> the best of mine. He taught me how to love to such
> an extent that cannot be measured in words. He
> taught me how to love not only him, but life. It
> is no wonder his myspace quote says: “Welcome to
> the Good Life.” Fred taught me how to care for
> someone else more than myself, and how to
> appreciate every single step of the way. Now that
> Fred is gone, he has taught all of us to savor
> each breath and to love unconditionally all those
> around us. Finally, Fred has taught us how to have
> faith, for it carries us through the day, over the
> toughest obstacles, and guides our life.
> When Fred passed away, his eyes were
> closed, but his heart was open. He now lives
> within each of our hearts as our very own guardian
> angel. Inshallah, if I will make it to Heaven, I
> hope Fred will be there to hold my hand and guide
> me once again…this time, in the next life.
> Faridullah Abbasi, you were and still
> are my king, my love, my heart, my soul, my other
> half, and what makes me whole. Not a second goes
> by that I do not think of you, and not a heartbeat
> passes that I do not ache for you. I will carry
> you with my every step, through all my
> destinations in life. I love you, and always will.
> Like I said, our love was waiting to spread its
> wings. Not only did those wings spread, but they
> soared to the skies, and now fly among the gates
> of heaven.