Our Self-Written Obituaries – Ginni Munjal, Karnal, Haryana
The 216th death.
[Text and photos sent by Ginni Munjal]
Ginni Munjal passed away yesterday when she experienced epiphany while writing the last word of her yet to publish memoirs. It has been understood by her family and friends that she could not handle the ecstasy of her own life journey captured in her memoirs.
Ms Munjal had a very cheerful face. All her life, she was running behind philosophical knowledge that would give her answers to her self-created psychological dramas, but nothing helped her. Just before her death, she was exposed to the spiritual aspect of life, which made her spiritually evolved and transformed her to an extremely happy child. After this spiritual phase, her dream was to create change in world through her memoirs for all those who were finding meaning of love and life.
She was a compassionate and loving person on the outside. She had a great collection of English classics. Her favourite poem was T.S. Eliot’s The Four Quartets. She was also very fond of her best friend, Shahana. The last line of her memoir was – “I can’t be your lover if I see no Godliness in you”.
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