What will they say when you die?
With the beginning of the autumn equinox I'm reminded of the unpredictability of life and death.
The changing leaves reading like summer's obituary to the world.
Why not make sure your obituary reads like the changing of the leaves?
Here are my top five obituaries that prove you should write your own:
1. 'Notorious throughout the world.' Benedict Arnold
2. '...she gave a few faint gasps and died.' Mattie Ayers
3. 'His intellectual abilities and literary skills were never in question,... his judgement was.' John Allegro
4. '... she was a worthy partner to the worthiest of men.' Martha Washington
5. 'Bongo-drummer, confidence trickster, brothel-keeper, drug-smuggler and police informant". Lord Tony Moynihan