AThis week, you are to write your wishesfor how you want your death from your cultural perspective acknowledged. Funeral, memorial service, celebration, music, eulogy, where outside beautiful setting, or cremation with a small service in the home at a later time, or other arrangement. What would be the most meaningful to you now as you foresee this event? Enter your arrangements for your final rite of passage and make copies and give to those who will follow your wishes.
Make this assignment real: who would participate; what favorite music would you want; the eulogy, family members or friends who would give farewell comments, pallbearers: if you are to be viewed, how would you want that; if cremated, what about disposition of the remains; any written words from you that you would want read? What would you want emphasized about your life this is especially important and is more personal and informal than the obituary.
Write your response as a smooth flowingessay with details. You have likely thought about this, so now put this last part of your final affairs in order.
Background: How you feel about planning your final rite. Who will be responsible for carrying out/managing details.
The Body: Viewing, Cremation, Burial
Location and Service: Wake/Viewing, Funeral Service, Memorial Service where interred or other
The Event: Eulogy, Music, etc.
Post Service Gathering: Invitees, Reception, Location
If you choose to have no final event, then respond accordingly and give reasons for your choice; rationale/logic, any family issues or personal issues (that you are comfortable to share). Then reflect and comment on how others, family or those in intimate relationships, might be affected if there is no final arrangement for closure. You may give your views on any final service you have previously attended, positive or otherwise, and how that may have influenced your decision.
This discussion must be substantial; three or more well developed paragraphs are required
I AM A 29years old with a son abs a husband
Your task is to write your personal obituary for your local hometown paper. Give thought to how you will appear after you are gone for family and progeny to keep and for the community to recognize you. It is to be written for now/today, as though you expired. not in the future.
There are some guidelines for doing this. In the upper left corner provide the name and number of a contact (usually a close family member) who can verify information and provide more details about the death if needed.
The first paragraph is typically a straightforward summary of facts such as name, age and date of death. Often the occupation and cause of death is noted as well.
The next paragraph or two should give highlights and major activities of your life such as schools attended, education, work history, volunteerism, military, professional, government or organizing activities, sports, little league coach and others. Include any special positions or offices you held as well as any activities or awards in high school sports or academics.
Next, include survivors, family.
The final paragraph would include any funeral, memorial and post services to be held with appropriate location and time information.
File your finished obituary with your Last Will and Testament (which will be referred to in week six) and give copies to your attorney and an appropriate family member(s). You may want copies sent (upon your death) to schools, organizations, or professional publications. Make this obituary yours, do not model on some brief write-up you see in a major paper with many such notices. Do it as a local project for theplace/community who would know you best. In such a transient era, you may have lived only a year or two in a new location because of a job.
You will want to review/updatethroughout the years as needed.
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