It's obvoiusly an anecdote, as opposed to a hoax. I don't think the mind behind this story actually expected it to be believed, rather it is meant
to illustrate a point. The point being that we should never take our loved ones for granted.
Hoax or not, it should make us sit back and consider our own lives. We should stop being so "inward looking" and embrace the world around us. Live
as if there will be no tomorrow "as there may not for some of us" and love with your whole being.
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