Which Way You Went

Years ago, a man was searching his family roots and visited several cemeteries and read many inscriptions on the tombstones. There was one tombstone on which was engraved, “Pause now stranger as you pass by; as you are now, so once was I. As I am now, so soon you will be. Prepare yourself to follow me!”

Next to the tombstone someone placed a piece of wood engaged with this note… “To follow you I am not content, until I know which way you went.”

Contributed by: David Whitten

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