I have always felt that I am a part of Milan Kundera’s world in my readings, and he has been a part of my writing world. The writer-philosopher whose words remained like the elusive puzzle: simple, smooth, profound, and light on the heart. From the novel “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” to “Identity” and “Life Is Elsewhere,” when the words of “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” immersed in my soul, I discovered truths that were both laughter and oblivion. They opened doors for contemplation and reflection on the past and present. The book “Identity” served as a reference for my personal inquiries about identity and its environmental influences. Each time I needed to challenge my imagination and dare to face my fears, I sought refuge in Kundera’s ideas that defied traditional assumptions and prompted me to explore unconventional thoughts. My ability to grasp ideas was enhanced. Farewell, Milan Kundera. Your unmatched inspiration and influence that urges me to express my opinions boldly will remain. Your creative spirit will linger in my thoughts and words, and your works will continue to inspire and guide me. History will preserve your cultural impact like a treasure.