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Yet you were lying there so immobile, so infinitely inflexible; your tender hands were pale and rigid, and your dead brow lay there so cold. Very slowly I began to understand that you were not unhappy lying there. Your face showed that distant seriousness that is no longer aware of our feelings, that does no longer partake in our troubles, and that gives to our mourning the incomprehensible answer: I am not here anymore. We shall sadly miss you. Your departure has left us with deep pain. For you were our beloved good father, concerned about us from morning till 24 ME MO RI E S O F H A N S RE1C HE N BACH night; you were the secure pole in our circle from which all our existence started.
Later that summer in 1952 Hans and Mia visited us in London. I never forgot that afternoon: Hans had helped me with the washing up and we talked, and when the conversation came to Hans Galama I saw tears in Hans’ eyes. Never had I seen this. 18 ME MO RI E S O F H A N S R E I C H E N BA CH 7. ME MO RI E S OF U N C LE H A N S : NI NO E R N E My mother [W end eli] 9 not I, ought to write about Hans Reichenbach. She was a wealth of anecdotes and, although she possessed a good deal of poetic fantasy, her childhood memories were not only true in a deeper sense, but also factually accurate.
Of course he wanted to be fulfilled, he had so much to give. He was so sure of his mission that he could even afford to be modest. But never did he seek popularity at the expense of others. He had great interest in all our personal affairs; I just found a letter from his sister Wendeli in which she thanks him for his empathy with her present troubles. And my husband and I were so grateful to him when he proved his generosity by helping us with the school fees which we then could not afford for our son.