When someone loses a loved one, I am there for them throughout the entire process. From death until burial. From denial to acceptance.
This is why I write. This is why I want to have my own funeral home. This is why I serve.
I tried to do this one year ago. I couldn’t even make it one paragraph. I always thought this would be easy to deal with and write…
It’s up to each one of us to lead the life that we want and choose. Being a funeral director, I see every death you can imagine.
Every day is an opportunity. We have an everyday opportunity to make life, love and our goals happen.
When you are playing poker, you are reading other poker players. In funeral service, when meeting with families as the funeral director; you need to be able to read people.
A few months ago I entered a contest. A writing contest. The rules were quite simple.
In my last article, I wrote about how we shouldn’t be wasting our time on such trivial things, day in and day out.
I’m simply here to educate the general public about the importance having your affairs in order. This is something everyone should either have done by now, or be doing in the near future.