I think all of us have read obituaries that felt sadly barren of detail and empty of feeling. “So-and-so joined the Lord on Monday at St. Mary’s Hospital. She is survived by her daughter, Cindy, and son, Jeffrey. Funeral information to be circulated shortly.”
Something along those lines. Generic, lacking any kind of genuine grief or sorrow over this person’s passing, and certainly lacking any information about the kind of person that “So-and-so” was.
If you want to be remembered after death as you really were, rather than portrayed in this passionless and, frankly, indifferent nature, there are certain steps you can take to achieve this.
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How to Make Someone Remember You
The key to making someone remember you after you’ve died is to leave behind a piece of yourself that is entirely unique to you. I’m not referring to something material, like a family heirloom, but rather something more spiritual than that.
If you wish to be remembered, you must leave behind a piece of your soul through which future generations can become acquainted with you. It’s a matter of leaving behind the part of you that makes you, well, you.
What sets you apart? What are your hopes, fears, and dreams? What was the scariest moment of your life? What moment defined the...