Today was a #bittersweet
day as we celebrated the life of a #dearfriend
taken away far too soon the late #great
A child #prodigy
who graduated from Brown University at age 16 and medical school at age 20, he went on to be a #pioneer
in #lasers #botox
having published well over 100 scientific papers. But despite the fame, he was so down to earth and always made time for others and never expected anything in return. He was always #honest
full of #integrity
and did what was right for #patients
and his colleagues. He always had a #smile
and I’ve never heard anyone with anything negative to say about him. He was #gracious
in his speech and after spending time with him, you wanted to be better: a better doctor and a better human being. I’ve seen all these various qualities before but never wrapped up in one man. That’s what made him so #precious
and that’s what makes the gaping hole he left behind impossible to fill. We all loved him and we all miss him. In sharing memories of him, we can keep him alive in our hearts.
Today was sad because it’s hard to accept that I’ll never see him again yet we were able to rejoice in the way he made us feel. Even the weather seemed to reflect the #emotions
of the day: rain for a few minutes followed by sunshine.
I got to see some great friends and make some new ones ones. Alas, we must go on. We miss you Vic. We always will...
God blessed us by giving us the gift of Vic Narurkar. Let’s honor his memory by being the best we can be!
#noposers #stayingvertical #lifeistooshort #theredshirtstayson #tobecontinued