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This Man Wore Neon Dress On His Bestfriend's Funeral, Know Why!

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal." Death is an inevitable natural phenomenon. For all that is told scientifically and practically about it, death is gruesome, it's unfair.

Soldiers and sacrifice go hand in hand. They are those brave men, who dedicate their whole life in loyalty to Nation, to its people. 

Confused, why am I talking about death? Read along and you will know. 

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This Man Wore Neon Dress On His Bestfriend's Funeral, Know Why!

This Man Wore Neon Dress On His Bestfriend's Funeral, Know Why!

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Yes, he is a friend.

Yes, he is a friend.

Kevin Elliot, a British Soldier died in an ambush against Afghanistan on August 31.

A Loss Forever

A Loss Forever

Kevin Elliott was great soldier and a loved man. He had a happy go lucky attitude and persona like him easily won millions of hearts. Loosing him, leaves a void in the hearts of loved ones and in their life.

His Mourning Wife

His Mourning Wife

A wife of a soldier, has to be braver than him. To let him be away for years and praying and begging God that he comes back safe. She won't cry, she is putting a brave face. But no one can probably decipher how she feels.

His Last Rites

His Last Rites

Elliot receives the burial he deserves. It's on the occasions like this that we realize how tough lives of these valiant soldiers is. We live safe only because they sacrifice their lives for us.

He Will Always Be Loved!

He Will Always Be Loved!

Kevin was a perfect son, a wonderful Husband, a loved brother and an awesome friend. Kevin like any other youngster loved watching movies, to hangout with friends and to be among the people he loves. Ask this to yourself, does anyone deserves to die that young? For all I know, army demands sacrifices and death is inevitable. I wish there were no wars.

The Upset Family

The Upset Family

Only those understand the loss of the loved one who have been there. The thought of not being able to talk to them ever again, not being able to be with them, to touch them, feel them or to just see them. It's not easy, it can never be. No one can ever make up for that loss.

A True Friend

A True Friend

Barry Delaney, Kevin's best friend loved him like a brother. They were best friends for years. Once while watching TV they made a pact, a fun pact. Perhaps Kevin was a little high that day, he was over thinking about his funeral and the idea was entirely his. He said when it will be his funeral, Barry will have to wear a women's dress, not just that, the brighter the better. The most hideous dress he could find, was the pact.

I Respect Him

I Respect Him

While the rituals were taking place, Barry was consoling his friend's grieving sister, his wife and grandmother. He won't cry, for he loved his friends memory. But just in the end his legs gave away and he bent down. On being asked he said, "I was asking Kevin, if he liked the dress."

Was he afraid?

Was he afraid?

Kevin, as happy as he was, never mentioned being afraid of wars. He would take life as it comes. But during a break when he was home, he mentioned about Afghanistan. He said he fails to comprehend the reason, why British were fighting them, he said they are deadly. A few horrendous incidents were crossing his minds. Kevin was never a guy who would back out, consequently he faced the war with all his strength.

The Last Toast

The Last Toast

Barry, brought Kevin's favorite drink with him. And just when they were about to part, he raised a last toast to his brave friend. Kevin will always live in our hearts.

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