How Loved Ones' Life Stories Can Help Others

How Loved Ones' Life Stories Can Help Others

Have you ever wondered what your loved one's life story can teach you? How their experiences, challenges, and achievements can inspire you to live a more meaningful, hopeful, and fulfilling life? Well, you are not alone. Many people are curious about the stories of their ancestors, relatives, friends, and mentors. They want to learn from their wisdom, courage, and resilience. They want to honor their legacy and share it with others.

How to write an obit

How to write an obit

Writing an obit is a thoughtful way to honor the life of a loved one and share their story with others. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to write an obituary:

1.    Gather Information: Start by collecting basic information about the deceased, including their full name, date of birth, place of birth, date of death, place of death, cause of death (if known), and occupation.

Unrecovered remains - their location

Directions to an ancestor's unrecovered remains

In the face of loss, the absence of a physical resting place for a loved one can be a profound source of grief. Yet, in the modern era, technology offers a semblance of presence and remembrance through the precise coordinates of GPS. For those whose remains lie in locations beyond reach—sunken ships, downed aircraft, inaccessible mines, or the untamed heights of mountain peaks—knowing the exact location provides a tangible point of connection.