News18: Big Bull of Dalal Street, Investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Dies At 62, Had Kidney Issues.

It was with deep sadness that I gotta read about Rakesh Jhunjhununwaala’s passing.

I didn’t know him personally but I knew people whom he was close with.

Just like everyone else I followed his exploits on the stock market and then the launch of his airline Akasa Air – deep down my admiration for the man grew.

But that’s not the point of this post.

This is to all those people who work so hard to conquer the mountains they’d dreamt of but find no time to enjoy the view.

Take some time off, enjoy your life. Chill. Spend time with your loved ones. If you have enough then seek those lesser blessed than you and try to make a difference in the lives of those who desperately seek an unseeing God.

62 is no age to die. Especially when you consider that he could afford the best of healthcare, the best of doctors. Rakesh Jhunjhununwaala’s Blessings / Grace ran out.

I believe, that’s what you need most. Grace to enjoy the fruits of your labour, Grace to be blessed with a healthy and long life. Grace….

When you are gone no one cares about your wealth, about the millions you’ve left unspent in your bank, about your social status in society – practically nothing.

But you’ll be remembered for the lives you impacted, for the several good you did for those that weren’t even remotely connected to you, for the big heartedness you displayed when you could’ve chosen to be otherwise.

Mind you that’s what Rakesh Jhunjhununwaala did in his lifetime although those things aren’t spoken about. Visit Narayani Dham in Lonavala and you’ll know more about this beautiful man who left us abruptly almost as if without even a goodbye.

Rest in peace Rakesh. There might never be another bull on markets anytime soon.