“Eulogies aren’t résumés,” David Brooks wrote. “They describe the person’s care, wisdom, truthfulness, and courage. They describe the million little moral judgments that emanate from that inner region.”
Azania Mosaka asked listeners how they want to be remembered and what legacy they would leave behind.
While some expressed their wishes to be remembered for the kindness and integrity, some of the responses Azania received were a bit hilarious.
These are some of the responses from Twitter:
@Azania_ I've tried to answer your question but eish! The thought of "being remembered" freaks me out!— KABELO MG (@KabeloMG) March 28, 2017
I wanna be remembered as some who lived their life to their fullest. Simple as that.— Madam Speaker ZA (@MadamSpeakerZA) March 28, 2017
@Azania_ as a wine guzzler— Siya (@MrSkota) March 28, 2017
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