#jkltip If someone spoke at your service and summarized you in three words, what do you hope they would say? Once you know these three words make a relentless effort to screen against reinforcing them every Day!
Attending a memorial service you can’t help but shed a tear, but often times people cry tears of joy, rejoicing the great impact that person had on their, and other’s lives.
Tears of Thanks…
Today was an emotional day, on one hand celebrating the life of a person who changed the world through social entrepreneurship, while at the same time learning that my sister just gave birth to their second child. Happening – same moment in time force you to contemplate the circle of life, maybe picture Lion King & Elton John for a second, but then think about how incredible it is that death is the one thing that all humans have in common, the one thing EVERYONE of us will experience.
Since we have so little control over when, or how … .
it’s important to focus on what and why we do what we do now, because when people attend your funeral, or design an epitaph for you, their words, whether you like it or not, those words WILL come to mind for them very quickly. People know how they remember others with great ease, so think of what legacy you are leaving, or what your epitaph WILL read ?