A Short But Highly Fulfilled Life
I heard of you and met you! You were such a worth having being who treasured very uncommon things. You loved and was unrepentant with whatever is called “Truth". You totally put your talent in the service of humanity. You lived your entire life using your God's given talent unlocking the holes of the shower head! You were full of intellect, zeal and passion for your father land.
It was so easy for you connecting people and making time out for everyone who came your way. You gave your time, resources and all you had to gladden our hearts. There was no single dull moment as you lived. We all enjoyed good and true friendship and got the best from you.How do I describe your laughter and the great sense of humour?You were shy yet very bold, confronting indiscipline in all forms. Lifting others up in all ways was simply a way of life as far as you were concerned. It seemed there was no single moment you were saddened by any challenge of life as you were always beaming with joy, going about impacting others positively God's bank of knowledge preciously endowed you and yet, your modestness was inexpressible!You were a free fellow who has little or no value or excitement for material things.You were such a rare breed!
Prof., your accomplishment was rather too great for your age! So I concluded, though with a broken heart, that you've completed your course on the planet earth.
“Here lies Plus Adesanmi who tried as much as he could to put his talent in the service of humanity and flew away home one bright morning when His work was over".
Pius Adesanmi 2013.???
“If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea,even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me" Psalm 139:9-10
Pius Adesanmi 2019.???
..You left long ago and we didn’t notice it,you tidied all loose ends and indeed flew away! Right while dry trees stand, fresh ones fall. What a life! Death comes whenever it wills, the irony is: It cares less who and what you are. If not, you should have been spared to yet live!Dear Prof, your death is an extraordinary loss at this time.
Rest on Adebola.