I know for a fact how hard it is for one to write a eulogy and I commend those who can bravely do this. I’ve done it once to a little boy I’ve known for just a very short period of time. But nevertheless, it brought back the pain as I typed each word on my keyboard. What more if it is for someone you’ve known all your life? Someone you see each day, whom you spent good times and bad? Someone, who most of the time, you regard as your hero?
I’m far from being perfect. Our family is also far from being ideal. And Daddy is not your typical father figure. He’s far from it actually. As a child growing up, I’ve been sharing Dad’s attention with politics. I remember him entertaining people in our balcony, mix of those who are seeking help and those who just want to share audience with him...Read More