Our Self-Written Obituaries – Chetna Sabharwal, Dwarka, Delhi
The 210th death.
[Text and photos sent by Chetna Sabharwal]
Chetna Sabharwal, unfortunately for some people (hopefully), left this world on 28th of November at 11:42pm. She died of a coffee overdose. It was her fantasy to die like this, so this is one thing that people close to her should not feel sad about.
Ms Sabharwal was the sweetest person known to some people. Whether it was because she never imposed her opinions on others or it was simply because she didn’t care for people to agree with her, none of us will ever know.
Her passion, apart from drinking coffee, was hoarding books; of course she read the ones that piqued her interest. But she did not finish each and every book she picked up. The books anyway were the most precious possession of hers. She wished to build a library someday, and because she won’t be able to do that herself now, she wanted the person who could fulfill her wish to have all of her books.
Ms Sabharwal did not want anyone to cry on the account of her death, because she was never able to cry for others who died.
And now the time has come to say goodbye to her. If peculiarity and laziness were virtues, then she would have been ruling this world. May her friends and family always remember her as a cute sloth.
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