Absence felt is more valuable than presence ignored.Often in our daily life, we come across many people, so we remember some we ignore, some of us also are ignored willfully.
However, we always an excellent teacher who left our school, a helping maidservant or cook who used to take care of children but has moved on. Colleagues at work and friends who have got married or moved abroad. We often remember them as sub-consciously utter ' i wish he/she was around'. One of my grandfathers often used to say 'you'll think of me when I'm not around. Truly we remember him more often in our extended family even now. There would be many kind people (beyond family) in our lives whose absence we still feel.
So, dear members, is it more worthy if one's absence is felt? does it reflect their good nature, love and diligence?