An obit from a friend who has died has gone viral after it was posted on social media.
The obit has been viewed over 50,000 times.
It reads: “My friend was my life.
I love him so much.
He was my best friend and the one I knew the most.”
A Facebook user has since shared the tribute with his 1.4 million followers.
“I love you man, I know you love me.
I know I love you,” the post reads.
“He will always be my most important friend.”
The man who is also known as Jacky wrote the obit as a tribute to his friend, who passed away in 2016.
Jacky was diagnosed with cancer in April 2017.
The writer’s story is a tribute in many ways to his beloved best friend.
“A lot of people have said to me, ‘Jacky was a big part of your life’.
I think that was the most important part, and that was why he was such a big man,” Jacky told News.co.nz.
“You just got to give a lot of love and a lot, and a whole lot of hugs and a big hug and just be real, I was real.”
Jacky said he met Jacky at the age of five.
Jackys younger brother, Jacob, had also gone to a lot more sports as well, Jacky added. “
It was something we really shared.”
Jackys younger brother, Jacob, had also gone to a lot more sports as well, Jacky added.
Jackies brother, Nicky, was also diagnosed with Cancer at the same time. “
Jacky just had so much love for sports, just for him.”
Jackies brother, Nicky, was also diagnosed with Cancer at the same time.
Jackies mother, Kate, said the two were close friends.
“The boys always had their own little little secrets, and we’d all have our own little things that were really special to them,” Kate said.
“And he would just give us the same little hugs and be like, ‘Just give it to me’.” Kate said Jacky would sometimes get so choked up that he would cry, and she said that she felt he was getting close to death.
“Every time he’d pass, he’d go up to me and say, ‘I love ya, mum, I love ya’ or something like that,” Kate added.
Jack’s mother said he was always a positive person.
“Even when he was diagnosed he was just like, no matter what, he kept going, he’s always fighting,” Kate told Newsline.
“Just to see him fight and be able to do it, it’s just amazing.”
Kate said the writing of the obituaries often included messages of love.
“There’s a lot that is going on with him.
He loves you and you love him,” Kate continued.
“When he goes through something, he goes, ‘Oh, that’s my mum’.”
Jacky will be missed,” Kate’s brother, Jack, said.
We had so many great memories together and it was just sad to see that all of those things just disappear.” “
This is just so sad, really, for him.
We had so many great memories together and it was just sad to see that all of those things just disappear.”
Kate added she was happy that the man who had been so close to Jack had passed.
The author of the tribute has posted a tribute on his Facebook page. “
For him, it will just be a piece of paper, but for him it will be real,” she said.
The author of the tribute has posted a tribute on his Facebook page.
“In the year of my life, I will miss my best bud Jacky.
I will be so sorry for him I will never get over it,” he wrote.
Jack had a love for the rugby league, and had been a big supporter of the Blue Knights.
He played at a local school, but did not play football as his parents had him take a break from school to watch football.