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“Funeral” Video Gives Upbeat, Thought-Provoking Marriage Message

25 September 2009 Written by: Jorge Lazaro Diaz 4 Comments
“Funeral” Video Gives Upbeat, Thought-Provoking Marriage Message

“Funeral” is a new TV commercial available off youTube launched by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS). It looks at marriage in a different light. An middle aged woman shares some humorous stories during her eulogy at her husband’s funeral. She is celebrating how beautiful imperfections are what make a relationship perfect.

It’s not the huge events that make a relationship special as much as the mundain that we often miss or forget to appreciate. I found that during tough job search, I was especially vulnerable to ignoring the simple stuff that was right in front of me.

Watch this short video!

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Jorge Lazaro Diaz is the "Original" Career Jockey who started this blog and now serves as the Managing Editor. You'll find he enjoys focusing on professional and personal development articles and frequently covers motivational and spiritual topics.

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  • Terrence Seamon said:

    Funny and tear-jerking at the same time. Thanks! I’ll be sharing this one with others.

  • Jorge Lázaro Díaz
    Jorge Lázaro Díaz (author) said:

    I got this one through someone at our church. I thought it was a bit odd, definitely funny and as it proceeded gave some real insight into what’s most important in a marriage.

  • Zuzicka said:

    This is few months old Singaporean advertisement. Nothing really new, its was a hot video few months back on facebook 😉

  • Jorge Lazaro Diaz
    Jorge Lazaro Diaz (author) said:

    This is a timeless video and one worth sharing with CareerJockey.org readers. Even if it has been around, there are a lot of us that missed it so I’d like to keep in around for those of us that missed it.

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