20210125 How do you want to be remembered?

Jim Kwik is a man who was in an accident as a child and had a severe brain damage but ricochetted and now a great author and a memory trainer.
He interviewed Larry King who just deceased yesterday.
This was his interview:


Ever wonder how you want to be remembered?
What did you achieve or what are you achieving or aiming for?

Photo by eberhard grossgasteiger on Pexels.com

Were you good to your family?
Were you honest to yourself?
Did you go to places where you wanted?
Did you give comfort to those who needed?
Were you afraid of trying new things?

Many questions arises.

My question to you is:


To many, the survived family usually regrets at the very end of life.
They wish their father, grandfather, mother, grandmother, or any immediate relatives that they should have done this or that and not listened to him/her or whoever holding them back from acting.
Regrets are the only feelings with those.

We serve a funeral service that at the very end of departure, we all look inside the coffin and say “Thanks” and not just good bye.

Wood block print of Utagawa Kuniyoshi around 1844
from Victoria & Anders Museum London