Welcome to The Workplace SE, Tomas! I'm the moderator who deleted the comments on the question, and I wanted to take a moment to clarify points regarding comments.
The post was flagged by a community member asking for a comment cleanup. We have an active community of users who support keeping comments on-topic, and those folks regularly flag stuff that's out of place. In short, I generally don't do comment cleanups unless there are flags that specifically point out areas that need attention on our site. On Workplace SE, we outlined our approach to comments early on to prevent this Q&A site from becoming misinterpreted as a discussion forum.
From What "comments" are not...:
Comments are not for answers
Comments are not a substitute for answering questions. Comments cannot easily be searched, nor can they be edited for corrections or vetted with the community vote. There's no history, no reputation awarded, nor can they be 'accepted' as the best answer. They get little visibility but often keep users from posting proper answers because the question appears to be resolved… albeit, incorrectly. Further, those comment-answers will not bring new users to this site searching for the information. In short, you are hurting rather than helping the site, and your contribution is at great risk of being lost/deleted.
Our goal is to ensure content posted here scales and can help future visitors. As a question asker, having your question not only serve your needs but also serve the needs of hundreds or thousands of future readers is something to be proud of. If you've ever done a search for an answer on Google and had to wade through pages of garbage to finally find your answer on page 18, 1/4 of the way down the page, you'll know exactly what I mean by forums not scaling. :) By focusing only on properly vetted answers, we eliminate the problems faced by users searching for answers in forums.
As mentioned earlier, answers don't belong in comments, but I did retrieve it for your reference in case you or someone else would like to post it as an answer.
If you feel like you need to ask, please do. Or simple "how are you doing?" or "how are things with you?" will help. Losing a parent is a heavy burden, which mostly people don't mind sharing. (I'm Indian) – TheSilverBullet 21 hours ago