In life, you have to try to surround yourself with people with whom you get on well, with whom you can share moments of love and kindness. Life is too short to hold grudges, hate, or spend your days listening to someone’s complaints.
Unfortunately, family members are often not the ideal “traveling” companions: even if they are relatives, there is not necessarily all that great affection that drives people to gather around a table or in front of the fireplace every Christmas or holiday.
The lady we are going to talk to you about has decided, in a very original way, not to pretend and to decide which of his loved ones really deserved to attend his funeral. But let’s see the story in detail.
María Paz Fuentes Fernández had had enough, during her lifetime, of those who probably pretended to be her friends or, in any case, made an effort to care about her, before turning their backs on her in times of need.
The woman paid for a newspaper to publish, when her time came, the names of people who could attend her funeral and all the activities related to her death: from visits to the funeral home to the wake, to the interment.
The idea, in addition to being original, highlighted the few people on this list: only 15 people were admitted to the woman’s funeral. From this significant figure, it is clear that the woman was dissatisfied with most of her relationships, especially with her family members.
The woman’s message was ironically posted by a user on Twitter, perhaps because you would never expect someone to plan something like this so clearly.
The woman’s message reads:
According to my principles and my particular way of deciding things, I stipulate that: my family having been bloodless for a long time, I impose my last wishes so that only the people I mention below can attend my funeral, visits to the funeral home, church and cemetery: Fina García Vázquez, Juan Pedro Tejero García, Antón Montenegro, Segundo Viñas, Carmelita, Julián Francés, Rosa, Ana Tere Fernández, Ascensión Rodríguez, Susana, Silvia, Noelia, Pilar Lema , Ricardo and Juan. To the rest of the people who never cared in my life, I wish them to continue as far as they have come.
Predictably, many netizens applauded the woman’s post, agreeing with her about the hypocrisy of most people: “Seeing someone cry for you when they don’t have you. not greeted on the street for 30 or 40 years is shocking even,” wrote one user.
And you what do you think ?