Chennai man's self-written obituaries go viral
18-10-2020 Sun 19:30
Chennai man's emotional post of his self-written obituary has gone viral. It made the netizens teary-eyed. The incident has also led to some interesting conversations on social media.
Ejji K Umamahesh, who died recently in Chennai, had written two obituaries and had passed it to his family members, stating that it should be put up after his death. He wanted that it could be published in the newspaper after his death. The entire message has gone viral on many social media platforms for its honest and emotional messaging.
His part of the content that 'Time is running out for everyone. Live well, enjoy your life, and continue the party' has been widely shared.
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