It is said that Tanzan wrote sixty post cards on the last day of his life
and then asked an attendant to mail them. Later that day, he died. The cards read:
I am departing from this world.
This is my last announcement.
Have you ever wondered what your last words would be, if indeed you should have a chance to utter any, and by chance if someone should remember them to others. What would you say? Would it be so poetic as “Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees” as uttered by Gen. Stonewall Jackson before he died? Would you be comfortable knowing what day would be your last?