Benevolence Beyond Life
Ryan started Nursery at Booker Nursery School on the 7th of September 2009, under the loving and caring eyes of Pauline Austin. We still remember the way Ryan cried, when he was left in the Nursery on that day. He adjusted very quickly with the ways and manners of the lessons and practices. Ryan developed exceptional skills in painting, artwork and showed a keen interest in IT skills. Ryan got along very well with his friends in Nursery, and always had a caring nature and was well behaved.
Ryan was very active even at a very young age, and was a lover of one of the greatest games cricket. Ryan played cricket very well, and had a keen interest in organising and setting up teams during the weekend with his young friends. Ryan was a dedicated fan of Sachin Tendulkar, one of the greatest figures in Indian cricket and at times, even he imitated the great player.
Ryan was very clear in his vision and confident in his paths. As a child he would catch anybody’s attention. He was very playful and active like any other child. He was very warm, kind, caring, mature, loving and friendly with everyone he met and it was unbelievable of a child of his age to value relationship so much as he did. He made friends quickly because of his selfless, sensible and sharing outlook. He knew the value of family and loved his brother Kevin without any boundaries. People who knew him always commented on his exceptional qualities like his cleanliness, punctuality, fun and party loving, eagerness to be around people. He actively participated in sunday school, vacation Bible school, and grew in Christian faith. He participated in Christmas plays, fancy dress and other church functions.
During his illness, he made a trip to India with his family and had a wonderful, amazing four weeks with his relatives, cousins and friends. He kept good memories of the visit until he passed away. He got an opportunity to be a mascot for the rugby match in September 2013 at Kasaam stadium, Oxford. He had a visit to Disney Land, Paris on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of December 2013, which he really enjoyed and was so excited to be on all the rides with his brother Kevin. He was continuously chatting about the visit to his friends in school. He had a great plan for his 8th birthday celebration.
The house felt so empty, and the pain, sadness and frustrations that we are experiencing is unbearable. But we still believe that God has a purpose for this and he plucked the most beautiful flower from the earth to be an angel in heaven. We miss you our little angel, hoping to see you again in Heaven. God bless you our little king -Ryan.
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