Death and obituary meetings
Despite not having been around for somebody in the hour of need, some people will attend a condolence meeting to pay respects and talk about the deceased. Is this really necessary and are the speeches really genuine forms the basis of this interesting discussion.
When the death happened yesterday and many attended the funeral service, then what is the need for arranging the obituary meeting today and making the visitors speak on the achievements and relations had with the person who was dead? Those who already made their presence felt on the day of death and laid their wreath on the body, again came today and shared their strong bonding with the person who was no more. Are the people really speaking the truth at these meetings, as many were not seen during the trying times of the same person and now sharing the wonderful relations ever had?