A Letter from Mustafa Khalifeh

Jim was neither a father nor a friend nor a mentor. He was all of the above to me. The below letter sums up what he was to me: 

Jim,

The number of circumstances in my lifetime where I'd feel like I got a break in life, or something unexpectedly great would fall in my lap, I'd say this came my way because I've been a caring person or that I've done good by the people around me etc..

Having you in my life Jim i honestly feel is one of those circumstances. 

It still boggles my mind that a Jewish Englishman living across the world who I met only 4 years ago sincerely cares this much about me, but what's more is that I feel has been one of the few handful of people I came across my entire lifetime who I consider family outside my own

I still don't have the answer to the question of what I've done to deserve you but I must have done something right