On Sunday 28th of July the world lost a precious treasure,we say farewell to Tinyiko Khosa. My neighbor and my friend. Whose smile changed peoples hearts. We where not as close as many others had the privilege of getting to know her, to her I may have just been the boy next door. In a world filled with work and no time to waste people running up and down, you never know how valuable the people around you are. You have found your way to my heart and when I heard of what had happened I wished and asked God if I may take your place and battled with the question that has plagued use for generations why? Why why. I remember the good times I saw hared with you, even while it was so brief, each moment I’ll cherish in my heart. Your the first girl that gave me confidence in myself when I had none and that’s a story that will remain with me till I depart this world. I wish I could have spent more time getting to know you, visiting you more, you added value in to peoples life’s instead of subtract form it. Those are the things I’ll never be able to do but I find peace in hearing the good life and accomplishment you achieved in this Memorial Day. And above all you had a relationship with our Father in heaven. You motivate me to continue to do my best in whatever I strive to do. Ps I hope you can see all the people you have touched in some way or another today, Rest In Peace!