Lost a Friend at Leopold Cafe Mumbai.......!!!

@nupats (3564)
India
January 2, 2009 8:45am CST
i am so so so very angry and depressed ..i do not know what to do!!! on 26/11/2008 after India won the ODI cricket series a friend of mine had gone to celebrate India's victory at Leopold Cafe and became a victim of the terror attack at the Cafe..he passed away and he was the just 25 years old and the only child of his parents...it came to us as a shock but i just cannot find the courage to face his parents and what do i tell them...it is so so sad...the very thought of that day brings tears to my eyes and i am so so angry and feel helpless....how do i make his parents come out of their grief? what should i do?
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5 responses
• United Arab Emirates
2 Jan 09
May your friend rest in peace. It is natural that his parent should be sad. All you can do is comfort them. Atleast he didn't have a sibling, as that would add to more people feeling sad. Good luck and i'm so sorry.
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@mayka123 (15808)
• India
5 Jan 09
I dont think there ae any words to console the parents when they loose their only child. This terrorist attack was indeed sad and I still have tears in my eyes when I see the pictures of those days. If possible do try and meet the parents regularly and be with them now and help them cope with their grief. There is nothing else you could do.
@muru1950 (963)
• India
2 Jan 09
I am very said to hear that your friend is killed in Mumbai war. It is so unfortunate to die at this very young age. May his soul rest in peace. His parents grief,can not be cured by us.Only the time will do it. You must visit his parents frequently.You should make them feel that you are their another son.That way you can do something to his parents. We pray for a peaceful India,free from any attacks by terrorists or enemies. Happy New Year
@cupid74 (11388)
• Pakistan
3 Jan 09
Hi friend really sad to hear about it the situation is so incertain that u r not sure either u r safe anywhere either its hotel, resturant, or shopping mall. u know we are not allowed by parents to go any where where there is chance of Gathering even nowadays we have imposed article 144, as per this no more than 3 person can stand togather and sure no one can feel the loss they had and nothing can compensate Bye
@cybersoft01 (1284)
• India
3 Jan 09
It's really very shocking news that you have lost your friend in Mumbai terrorist attacks. There is no way we can make up for the loss. We must do something to fight terrorism otherwise this type of incidents will keep upsetting we innocent people. No politician, no real culprit falls victim of these attacks but innocent citizens like us.