You will always be a part of Oxford. We miss you & we love you.
May my life be a testament to the two of you – your love, your joy, your sorrows. All of those rich moments that constituted your young lives. You make me want to live better and love better. You clearly have touched hundreds, and you will forever touch me, even though I never had the good fortune to meet either of you.
May your lives and example give us courage.
I was not lucky enough to know you well. While our paths did not cross much in life, your impact on me is immense.
Rest in Peace
I am so so sorry. I pray for you and hold your family and friends in my heart
Professor Pamela Scully
Even with all the unfairness, unjust actions, I hope there’s a place of heartful memories, peace, and love. Abinta and Faraaz, may your loved ones remember you with love and your positive influence.
See you sometime.
Abinta and Faraaz,
Although I may not have known you personally, I felt your presence on the Oxford campus. I see how much you impacted those around you. I am sad that you’re gone, but I know you are in a better place. I pray that your families can heal from this tragedy. May you live on through us as we carry your memory, and may it strengthen us and our relationships with others.
Ek Din Obosshoy Tomra Dekha Hobe.
I wish that I had the pleasure and honor of teaching you in class. But it seems that you have taught me much already.
Thank you Abinta and Faraaz
Your smile, positivity, and love made me want to be a better person. I’ll never forget all the dancing you made me do in meetings & I will always remember your voice, telling me I can do it & that you’ll be there for me and others. Now, your body is gone. I would do anything to see you again, but your soul is present, and all of the world will be graced by its presence & the greatness you inspired will put an end to suffering.
You are a star that shines in the night! You will be so missed by all of us! Love you!