No more at 18, she lives in five others

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8 Responses to “No more at 18, she lives in five others”

  1. asok kumar das 6 October 2012 at 7:52 PM #

    I want to convey my hearty respect to Shobna and Ajay.Let all the people follow him. Let everybody be human like Mathurs and not religious . Their daughter, the daughter of all of us be with the ‘five’ and with everyone of us and not with the so called gods in the heaven.
    Asokdas Charbak

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    Manish 7 October 2012 at 12:40 AM #

    I also want to convey my respect to them.

  3. joygopal 7 October 2012 at 8:51 AM #

    hats off

  4. Sumitra, HUMANISTS' ASSOCIATION 7 October 2012 at 2:26 PM #

    Respect & appreciation to the parents. They used their brains at the saddest moment of their life to do the most humane service to society.
    Wish all could be like them.

  5. A K Bairagi 7 October 2012 at 8:10 PM #

    hats off for a good efforts.

  6. biplab das 8 October 2012 at 2:13 PM #

    a historical moment….. in our movement.

  7. asok kumar das 11 October 2012 at 9:38 AM #

    My dear readers,
    I am forced to appear before you again. I found that my instant comment on 6th Ocytober is not sufficient.
    I became so sad and so unhappy at the same moment while reading the news of the death of the daughter of Mathurs, that I could not bear the grief. The faces of my grandchildren of almost similar age clouded my tearful eyes.I am happy at the same time to see that this world is not so religious, so irrational, so cruel and inhuman as I thought so long. I am happy to discover people like Shobana and Ajoy. Perhaps the srai also found
    it and so the great organisation granted so much importance for the unfamilier news.
    After a good deliberation I found that had I been in their place perhaps I could not be so noble, so
    kind and so rational like the Mathurs. Let me adore them. They are fur greater human than any other homo sapian I found in my lifetime. At least they are greater than me.
    I thought again and again for the last few days, and my respect for the couple increased and increased. I tried to imagin what a strainous war they faught to take the noble discssion to donate the organs of their beloved daughter and gathered courage to defy their own long cherished religious
    faith. The couple was undoubtedly had a religious habits and so they still prayed the so called gods
    The thought the unknown god, whom nobody has ever seen is kind enough (according to the news) to recall heraccording to devine wish and humor. Yet in the war in mind between religiously cruel sentiments and rationalism the later won. They discarded religious ideas and embraced humanism. Let all, including religious people follow the great Mathurs. Let the religious cowards who dread
    the hell and anger of the gods draw courage to be humanist and love human being and not ignoble gods. Let the tribe of Mathurs grow in everybody”s mind.
    Again I want to convey my gratitude to the Mathurs
    for showing greatest to the dead body of their beloved child. I want to share their grief too. They taught a great lesseon. They taught us how to love one’s child child truly and love human being as well. They lifted and pushed our human civilaisation one step further up towards rationalism and humanism.
    In this connection I want to question, why there is a rule of not donating organs of a dead body of a minor. The ban on donating a body of below 18 years should be abolished because a dead body is neither a minor nor a major. The rule of donating a body or accepting the organs should be easier.Let SRAI move accordingly
    Asokdas Charbak .

  8. Madhusudan Mahato 13 October 2012 at 3:23 PM #

    We are proud of them,Ajay &Shobna Mathur.

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