Can you believe how long it has been since you purchased you copy of The Last Gift Box? I'm not trying to bug you, but have you opened it? Written in it? Talked to your family about it? Cleaned out one dresser? Picked an executor? or kept the book nice and clean and safe on the shelf? Knowing that most of you will answer that your copy is not very well used I wanted to connect with you to share new ways I can serve you. I have new workshops that support our work on The Las
We work to live long lives, eat right, exercise, don't do too much fun stuff with alcohol or have too many replacement part surgeries. Then it's hard work to die. How can I exit peacefully, quickly, painlessly, with my bills paid, will done, my plot selected? When I wrote The Last Gift Box and had 100 copies printed I was sure my kids, who already considered me a bit insane, would find the copies in the basement when I died. They would use them for kindling or just recycle
There are many ways to be remembered. I know it's odd, but I do enjoy walking in cemeteries and reading tombstones. There is so much history and so many fascinating stories. Clusters of families who came west. Towns devastated by an epidemic. And fun quotes that reflect the person's sense of humor. There is no need to have a memorial marker. No requirement to let the future generations know you walked this earth. If you happen to be interested in genealogy you would li
In this time of strife and frustration, I think this ancient Indian saying is worth the contemplation. "Let us overcome the angry man with gentleness, the evil man with goodness, the miser with generosity, the liar with truth." MAHABHARATAM May these words be your guide as you talk with your family and friends about your Last Gift Box decisions.