Henry Lo - RIP

O, My Father O, my Father, thou that dwellest in the high and glorious place, When shall I regain thy presence, and again behold thy face? In thy holy habitation, did my spirit once reside? In my first primeval childhood, was I nurtured by thy side? For a wise and glorious purpose thou hast placed me here on earth, And withheld the recollection of my former friends and birth, Yet oft-times a secret something whispered, "You’re a stranger here;" And I felt that I had wandered from a more exalted sphere. I had learned to call thee Father, through thy Spirit from on high; But until the key of knowledge was restored, I knew not why. In the heavens are parents single? No; the thought makes reason stare! Truth is reason, truth eternal tells me I’ve a mother there. When I leave this frail existence, when I lay this mortal by, Father, Mother, may I meet you in your royal courts on high? Then at length, when I’ve completed all you sent me forth to do, With your mutual approbation let me come and dwell with you. Back in the early 60’s there were three of us who became very close... Henry, Tony and myself, Stuart. We looked out for each other and had each other’s back. We became “family”. At Church there was a hymn that we all loved as it spoke of the future of mankind and made all realise that hidden in the shadows of the mind, is the certain knowledge that we came from the past and, here on earth, are only in transit to the future. This hymn speaks of the place to where Henry has gone, and I like to believe that he is now paving the way for those of us to follow. Although he will be sadly missed on earth, I know we will all come together again in the future. Rest in peace, my friend...until we meet again. To Coral and the Lo Family With all our love, Stuart, Margaret and the Oliver family