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Mokokoma Mokhonoana Quotes: To hear how much of a great human being you were — even if you really weren’t — open your ears at your funeral.
         

To hear how much of a great human being you were — even if you really weren’t — open your ears at your funeral.


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To hear how much of a great human being you were — even if you really weren’t — open your ears at your funeral.
         



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This page presents the quote "To hear how much of a great human being you were — even if you really weren’t — open your ears at your funeral.". Author of this quote is Mokokoma Mokhonoana. This quote is about death, funeral, eulogy, insincerity, lies, conformity, tradition, deceased,.