Why is having the talk of a lifetime important?
Although we might have daily conversations with our loved ones, the most meaningful and deep ones don’t always happen. Having this kind of conversation can make a huge difference — it can help us see our loved ones in a different and more positive light, it can teach us valuable lessons, it can give us a clearer picture of the things they love, it can bring us closer together, it can help us reaffirm to them how much we love them, and it can help us better understand the importance of having a funeral plan.
Who should have the talk?
We could have the talk of a lifetime with anyone we value, cherish, and love. It could be our grandparents, our parents, our siblings, our uncles and aunts, our cousins, our spouse, our children, our grandparents, or our friends. It also doesn’t have to be done only when we feel we are or someone we love is at the end of their life. Education about death and the importance of having a funeral plan are subjects that can and should be discussed while we still have time. We’ll never really know what the future holds, so let us take the opportunities we still have with them and learn more about the essence of funeral plan and death education while we still can.