Obituary

I wonder what people would get to say about me when I die? What would my obituary be like? No, don’t worry, I’m not turning emo or anything. But these two days I attended a viewing and a funeral mass and it really hit me, bad. I don’t want to be in the position of the one who just lost someone I love so dearly. I couldn’t imagine seeing my parents, my sisters, my nephew, and any of my friends to be inside a coffin and I have to bid my farewell. It’s tough. It really was. As tough as it was, my heart got enlightened when I heard the obituary. The obituary was simple yet it was funny and touching at the same time. And it’s true, it really does not matter how rich you are. Those things do not get mentioned at all, nor it is important anymore. This particular person was known for his jokes and kindness, and as a result, the Church was packed (350+ people) for both days. I wonder what mine would be like… Will it be filled with people, or will I just be forgotten?

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