Anita Jagdeo Death, Obituary – I send my best wishes and pray that you are able to find the peace and quiet that you so richly deserve. Anita Jagdeo. The distressing information that we received earlier today put a significant burden on my shoulders, and I had the sensation that I was suffocating. I have no more energy left in me. You were fantastic, had a profound love for dance, and put smiles on the faces of people from from a wide range of nationalities and cultures. You exhibit a tremendous dedication to the acts that are in line with your religious convictions through the way that you conduct yourself. You should be very proud of yourself for attending each and every Zumba class that was made available to you.
In addition to the encouraging words that you have offered to me, I am thankful that you have never failed to be there to bestow the blessing of your presence onto me. For this, I am really grateful. Even though it has been some time since you passed away, all of the members of my Zumba family and I continue to mourn your loss each and every day. We will miss you forever. Without you, moving on is going to be an endeavour that is fraught with many difficulties. We had a good and quick conversation on Wednesday; but, right now I feel as though someone has ripped my heart out of my chest and is keeping it somewhere else. Our conversation on Wednesday was pleasant and brief. What other people think of us is of utterly and completely no consequence to us in any way… There is just no justification whatsoever for the way in which you have conducted yourself… None at all!
I make a prayer that the love and light that your magnificent spirit showered upon me in this life will continue to dance with me as I go on to higher levels of existence, just as they were showered upon me in this life. I ask that they continue to dance with me in the same way that they were showered upon me in this life. I beseech them to bestow this blessing upon you in the same manner in which it was bestowed upon me in this life. We take comfort in the understanding that energy cannot be destroyed and that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. This knowledge allows us to better cope with the uncertainty of our situation. This lays a solid groundwork for our faith, which we may build upon going forward. As a result of having access to this information, we are able to realise that when we pass away, the Lord will receive us into his presence.