Thank you for visiting this message board. This is a safe space for friends and those who loved Malini to share messages, memories, words, pictures and whatever you feel compelled to, either for her or about her. Please respect this space and each other, and most importantly celebrate, honour and ch
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MESSAGES AND MEMORIES
This is a space to remember Malini and share words, pictures, poetry, memories & more. Messages for Mal, or about her.
Malu was a childhood and family friend back when we both attended King Edward HS in Matatiele. She was a year ahead of me, and from what I remember, she was very studious, well mannered, and a role model in the Malayali community. It's indescribably tragic that we lost her. I am heartbroken that we
To meet someone like Mal, is nothing short of a gift. When I think of her now she glows gold. Her smile could end all sadness, break all chains, and encompass all good. I don't know what I did to deserve having her walk into my life. I miss her so greatly I can barely stand it sometimes. But I think
Mal I can't quite fathom how it's already been a year. The gap that you've left is just so immense. Sean's still got your back down here though, like he always did, and like the gritty legend that he is too. Your short but powerful life is such a painful but beautiful reminder of how important it is
Mal, my own heroine. The time we spent together in the year you lived in Johannesburg changed the course of my life. In you I found feminine strength, a confidante, a comrade, a younger sister and a beloved companion. I miss your humour, your intelligence, your wisdom and your bold unconventional s
We miss you, Mal. It makes no sense that we could have lost you, and that the world has carried on. I’ve never met anyone like you. Wisdom beyond your too short years. I hope that peace is settling over your loved ones, and that you are stirring up all sorts of trouble, taking strides no doubt to
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