Recently, in an interview with Bunte magazine, the Archbishop of Germany, George Gonswin, described his experience of visiting Schumacher in the summer of 2016. He felt that there was a loving person around him. It was an emotional visit. Although Schumachers face looks a little fuller, the legend is still in good shape, says George Gonswin, 62.
Weve never seen him before. I hold his hands and greet him. My hands feel warm. Sometimes its hard to express something in language. When a person is ill, he needs the company and privacy of his family. I wont reveal more. Now he may no longer be the greatest driver ever, nor appear in the public eye, but many people are still concerned about his condition.
He feels that there are loving people around him. He cares about them and thanks God for not allowing the curious public to enter. Of course, my prayers included Michael Schumacher and his family, Gonswin added.
In fact, Schumacher has a secret dream of disappearing from public life, which is why his family keeps silent about his physical condition. At present, there are no definite news reports about whether Schumacher will wake up, only that he will be transferred to a clinic specializing in brain injury in Dallas, USA.