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How to Make Someone Remember You After Death by Sharing Your Story Online

How to Make Someone Remember You After Death by Sharing Your Story Online

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.

If you want to know how to make someone remember you forever, you’ve come to the right place. Find Personal Information About People with an Online Encyclopedia of the Human Race


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 trajectory of your life in a way that you didn’t recognize at the time, but can look back on later and recognize as incredibly significant?

These are the tidbits that make an individual who they are. We are all humans, and we all share certain characteristics, but what makes us individuals resides deep within our souls. It’s not something that can be excavated in an hour, day, or week. It’s something that you work to unearth over the course of your lifetime, and gradually piece together as you go.

For this reason, creating your Peoplepedia profile is a project that you should start today. There’s no time like the present, after all. If you wish to truly make your profile a masterpiece that reflects your authentic spirit and soul, then you can’t expect it to come together overnight.

Start today and add to it as your life progresses. The result will be a comprehensive overview of your life and your experiences, which will guide you toward revelation and self-discovery.


How Do You Want to Be Remembered When You Die?

I pose this question and challenge you to begin the process of self-discovery that is required to answer it truthfully. If you’re ready to take on this challenge and figure out who you are and how you wish to be remembered after you leave this life, then I suggest signing up for Peoplepedia.

Through Peoplepedia, you will be able to evaluate your life, who you are, who you are becoming, and what you wish to achieve. By creating your own Peoplepedia profile, you embrace the challenge of sharing your story online and leaving behind something meaningful after you die.

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  • October 17th, 2017

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  • September 5th, 2017

    I am feeling grateful that 36 years ago on this day, in 1981, I got married, and that five years after that, in 1986, I took a home pregnancy test and we had confirmation with in 5 minutes that we were going to be blessed with our first child. I knew the child would be a boy and I was right several months later. I still feel grateful for this day, September 5th, each year. My son is grown, the marriage lasted 18 years, and, I still feel blessed, as, I have a Grandson now. What can you share that your family may not know about your deepest happiness, fears, celebrations. I love that on September 5th I had a 5 minute test and my husband and I were expecting our first child, more than any happiness I had ever known.