As I turn 63 on May 24th, remain very indebted to God Almighty for having taken me so far in life. And also without the prayers, blessings, guidance and good wishes of family and multitude of friends across the globe this cumbersome voyage through all these eventful decades would have been a mission impossible.
Was fortunate to survive that raging COVID-19 Pandemic while witnessing dear friends, many of them so young, move on to a better world free of bitterness, injustice and slavery where the Mosque, Temple and Church and people regardless of status are all joyfully under one roof.
The ethos of my life, as I have said many times, is that true fulfilment of life doesn’t come from what we get, it comes from what we give, with gratitude as the most single important ingredient of a successful and fulfilled life.
We all need to be a beacon of hope to others that in this short life of ours, much can be achieved against all the odds and challenges, and how with determination, self-belief and in the quest for justice and truth any obstacles can be overcome without fear or intrepidation.
Now my priority is to complete penning my life’s memoirs which I hope to release at my 65th. It will be an absolute factual narration of my life as it all happened. All the good, bad and the ugly, the highs and the lows. There is so much to recount and narrate. Many do not know about my travails and tribulations. I am hoping to condense it all in one volume which would obviously be voluminous. Be assured that it will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.