What You Should Leave Behind After You Die
Death is a part of life, and everyone must come to accept this. Preparing for your death can ease the process not only for you, but for the people you leave behind when you pass on. Sure, there’s a will to be written and material possession to divvy up, but what else should you leave behind after you die?
Leave Your Legacy Online
The truth is, material possessions can only accomplish so much when it comes to leaving a legacy after you die. Heirlooms may be valuable in monetary terms, but they don’t capture your heart, soul, and spirit.
Wearing your grandmother’s locket or keeping your father’s favorite cuff links in your jewelry box may bring back memories of that person when you look at them, but what if you could actually bring back a piece of that person instead?
No, we aren’t talking about black magic or reincarnation. We’re talking about encouraging the people you love to create Peoplepedia profiles alongside you so that you can all leave your legacy online.
How to leave a legacy for your family
Creating a Peoplepedia profile is the ultimate piece of you that you can leave behind after you die. Unlike heirlooms or sums of money, your Peoplepedia profile will contain your heart, soul, and spirit. Instead of leaving behind something that’s empty, leave behind a Peoplepedia profile that’s full of your thoughts, realizations, and wisdom.