|A funny example of how big groups work, where most people don't know each other personally. A thing to learn.|
One day someone greeted a friend on a WhatsApp group with 'Happy Birthday Chetan'. Then the others in the group realized that 'today is Chetan's birthday'. Immediately the group flooded with birthday greetings.
Each one fulfilled his / her duty immediately. Some started sending greetings in Marathi, some in Hindi, some in English, some in Sanskrit and some with stickers, GIFs, etc. Within a few minutes the group had a festive atmosphere. Many of them did not even know who Chetan was and how he looked.
In the afternoon, the same group reported that 'Sadanand's father has passed away tragically. Immediately there was a flood of sadness on the group. From RIP, messages to 'how we are all with Sadanand in such a sorrowful time' started coming.
Now at this time, some members were confused how to wish Chetan happy birthday. But they found a way.
A smart race began to greet Chetan on his birthday and a tribute to Sadanand's father.
Now It was evening, and it was time for many to 'light the lamp'. So one great personality of those, wrongly wished Happy Birthday to Sadananda and paid tribute to Chetan's (surviving) father.
Later, those who had just opened the WhatsApp group (without reading the previous message) consoled Chetan (of his 'surviving' father's death), while wishing Sadanand 'Enjoy such joyous moments in your life every year ' (to whom his father had died today).
One went to extreme and sent a two-minute audio recording consoling Chetan and requested other members to observe two minutes of silence.
Some even demanded from Sadanand: "brother .. we want a party today."
Many people have not yet understood why both Chetan and Sadanand suddenly left the group that evening, even after so much efforts by the group members...