It really does matter how you perceive heroism. Heroism is not all about brave and hearty deeds but more about any act done with a good heart and Ankur has much more than that.
Ankur is a friend to me, or should I say that he is my soul sharing buddy, somebody who, I know, will stick by me through thick and thin, through all the worst times, who will be there when I need a shoulder to lean on or even when I wish to raise a toast to someone!
It has been hardly a year since I have known him and today he is and will always remain an indispensable part of my life. He goes an extra mile to console me, to take care of me, in my tough times, even though he has his own huge problems to worry about, much more taxing than mine.
It really doesn't matter how many friends you make, what matters is how many are still with you when you are age 70. And I am sure the two of us will be alongside each other for as long as we live, pulling each others legs, commenting secretly on others!
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