Darin Neil Harnamji
February 04, 1963 - July 12, 2001
Sunday, December 31, 2017 10:08 PM
Darin another year is almost over. It would have been great to spend some time with you, if only to celebrate the New Year. We were such very different creatures but we had a lot of similarities, I must admit. I love and miss you my little brother. Barry
Monday, December 25, 2017 8:17 PM
Darin it is Christmas Day once more. I don’t really have much to celebrate though. I think of you often and wonder how different things could have been. We were very different, yet very similar. I miss you my little brother. Barry
Saturday, February 04, 2017 3:37 PM
Happy Birthday, Darin.
Perry Harnamji (Amsterdam)
Friday, December 25, 2015 10:24 PM
Darin, another Christmas has come and gone and I still I can’t believe how many years have passed since we lost you. It’s almost inconceivable to me. I miss you and often think that we could have shared so many things if only life had turned out differently. Everything is always so much clearer in retrospect. I love you and miss you my little brother. Barry
Wednesday, February 04, 2015 11:12 PM
Today is your Birthday, Darin. I still can’t believe so much time has gone by since I last saw you. I mentioned this to a mutual friend recently. It makes no sense for you to leave this world before me. I’m older and should have gone before you. This and many other thoughts race through my mind and send me into a state of disbelief again. The pain doesn’t go away. None of this is fair. I love and miss you my little brother. Barry
Thursday, December 25, 2014 11:48 PM
Earlier today I was thinking back on our lives, Darin, and how we got along; it still tears at my entire being. It’s too late for apologies or forgiveness so I will ask for neither. I am the biggest fool who has ever lived. I’ve said on so many occasions that I don’t know any other way to feel. I wish that I wasn’t so stupid and stubborn because I wasted time that we could have shared. I’m sorry Darin. I miss you, my little brother. I love you. Barry.
Saturday, July 12, 2014 8:38 PM
Darin, it’s now 13 years since we lost you. You weren’t supposed to go before me. I’m sorry for not being a better brother to you. I’ve failed all of people who mean the most to me. There is no way I will ever forgive myself for being such a failure. I miss you so very much and I think of you often, Darin. So many things I wish I could talk to you about. I miss you, my little brother. I love you. Barry.
Tuesday, February 04, 2014 8:00 PM
I had forgotten how close we were in age Darin. It’s funny how things that seemed insignificant when I was a child have such a different meaning now that I am an adult. I thought about you often, over the holiday season and I still shake my head with disbelief at all that’s happened. It will never make sense to – none of it. You weren’t supposed to leave this rock before me. The hurt has never stopped. I love and miss you my little brother. Barry
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 6:52 PM
Darin, you would probably not believe this
but I do think of you often. There are so
many things I wish I could have shared with you long ago and things I’d like to
share with you now. Times have changed and
I certainly have changed; a long time coming though. I have been a fool for a lot of reasons but I can’t
undo the past. Now I shake my head with disbelief
when I think about all that has happened. None of this makes sense to me. I miss you, my little
brother. I love you. Barry.
Saturday, July 13, 2013 4:00 AM
Hello Mister Darin,
I thought I'd wait a day before posting; always too emotional to post something on the day of, you know?
To this day, former classmates and acquaintances of mine still ask me about you, and what ever happened to you, how you died, etc.. Needless to say, I'm always descreet about these things. I posted your picture a few years back on Facebook's "Dobie High Gone But Not Forgotten". You were a popular guy, Darin. Saga boy of our clan, as Ricky would say.
My heart still bleeds for your passing, but also for the way that your own father used to treat you. I strongly believe that certain past transgressions and people should neither be forgiven nor forgotten, but just be buried and left to rot away.
You just continue to bask in your glory now, Darin; you more than deserve it.
Baby Brother Perry
Perry Harnamji (Amsterdam)