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in his new album, Sheila dedicates a song to his son, the horse of Amble, and she accepted from Talking to the business facilitator concludes . Touched, the singer does not chew his words on the " terrible experience " that was the loss of Ludovic . "I know he's with his grandparents, that he grows elsewhere, that he is there to protect me," she ensures. And adding: "But when one loses his child, we can not help but believe that we were wrong. I wondered why he had chosen this path." Sheila the
In 2017, Sheila knew the immense pain of losing her son. Victim of a drug overdose, Ludovic Chancel had died at the age of 42, a few months after reconciling with his mother. To overcome this terrible drama, the singer has rely on spirituality, which accompanied all his life. That's what she entrustedon Saturday on Europe 1.
"What helps me - because we do not get back on something like that I think I think I think We are surrounded by souls. And Ludo, it's all the time near me, "says Sheila. "As I believe in reincarnation, I tell myself that he left because he had made that piece where he had learned and disapproved everything he had to know, but it is to rebuild another. "
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"I tell him that I love him, because it's still the meaning of life"
but the singer is convinced, his son accompanies him every day. "He's always present at home. And I talk to him elsewhere," Sheila smiled. "There are times when I'm acting, there are times when I tell him that I love him, because it's still the meaning of life. But he's here. But anyway Sincerely, if I did not have that, if I did not have music and if I had not had that belief, I think I would be there anymore. "
This spirituality, Sheila acquired it through meetings. "In my life, I had the chance to meet masters. They are real people, people who are right there to give you answers, happiness, and try to guide you on a path," explain-t -it. "Thanks to them, I was able to write my first books, I was able to write things about beliefs, prayers, mantras, full of things."
Lionel Leroy, the interpreter of the Generic "Goldorak '82", died at the age of 65 .
© Screenshot Sheila / Facebook Lionel Leroy died at 65 years old Lionel Leroy, his real name Yves Martin, died at the beginning of the week at the age of 65, said his former companion Sheila in a publication broadcast on Facebook. It is known for interpreting the generics of "Ulysses 31" and "Goldorak '82". Yves Martin, known as Lionel Leroy, died this week at the age of 65, reports BFMTV .