Gil Ofarim After weeks of mourning, he speaks for the first time about his emotional state after the death of

Gil Ofarim After weeks of mourning, he speaks for the first time about his emotional state after the death of about his emotional state after

Gil Ofarim: After weeks of mourning, he speaks for the first time about his emotional state after the death of the father.

Gil Ofarim: Four weeks after the death of his father, he can smile again .

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On 4. May died Gil Ofarims father OJ after a long illness at the age of 80 years. It was a very hard blow for the singer and actor, his “Aba” stand very close to it. After the first weeks of mourning Gil looks now positive again in the future. On Instagram, he describes his state of mind.

It was a hard blow for Gil Ofarim, 35, as his beloved father, Abi Ofarim (†) on 4. May has lost his battle against a lengthy illness. The musicians slept in the circle of his family. Gil shared his pain over the loss of his beloved “Aba” – the Hebrew word for “father” – on Instagram with his Fans. At last, however, it had become very quiet around the singer and actor. He took the time to process the grief with his family .

A post shared by Gil Ofarim (@gilofarim) on Jun 5, 2018 at 12:40am PDT.

Gil Ofarim thanks for the sympathy.

Now Gil returned. On Instagram he posted a photo of himself on which he can, at least, again, a mild Smile. Gil thanked the Fans for their support in the difficult weeks since the death of the father. “In the name of the whole’ Ofarim-family, I would like to thank you for the sympathy and the many messages that reached us,” wrote Gil. And further: “Thanks to some very special people in my life, the us stood in this unbearable Situation.”

Gil and his father, Abi Ofarim were close. Abi is on 4. May died at the age of 80 years .

Gil and his father, Abi Ofarim were close. Abi is on 4. May died at the age of 80 years .

The pain is still deep.

Gil makes no secret of how much he and the other family have suffered, members of the loss. “The last few weeks I’ve/we pulled us all back and spent, deal with the pain, the is still very deep,” he writes. But now Gil seems to have the strength to look forward: “Today, on the way back from new and to new projects, seems to be the sun. And Aba reminds me that it must go on, always. to say it with his words. Love is . Shalom . NAMASTE.”

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