I was 17 when I was broadcast on the news of your death on TV and knowing that the world had been robbed of a brave woman like you, I was saddened by my heart and that day I thought, “Here the world will now begin to precipitate to the hell.”
There are people like you, dear Lady D, who have the extraordinary ability to illuminate the world of hope.
Your elegant soul, your kindness, your altruism are precious gifts, hard to find in the human heart.
You missing so much in the whole world and if you look down, from Heaven, you surely despair: threats of nuclear war, hunger and poverty that grow like an avid cancer of wickedness, religious wars that have no sense.
I am sure that if you had been here with us on Earth in these 20 years, this world would not have become so crazy as it is now.
You were a light, a star lighting of hope and without people like you, who live without fear and struggle with free spirits, because life is freedom, I repeat, without people like you, unfortunately, the world gets sick every day more.
And I apologize, dear Lady D, but I never believed to your death as an accident, because I know for sure that the evil, and evil people, in this world is afraid of people like you, because people like you the world can really change it and change it to the best.