Many people judge funerals by the number of people that attend. These same people believe a bunch of people will then say nice things about the deceased person so that everybody can know what a great person the deceased was while on this planet.
This came to me now while biking past a cemetery. Just stopped to dictate this blog post. And it dawns on me it would be better for a person to have a great life and everyone important to that person knows exactly where they stand.
Essentially, the attendees wouldn’t need to hear a bunch of other people’s stories.
The attendees didn’t need a funeral to have other people share the deceased person’s story.
The attendees have their own library of wonderful memories.
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Good karma in the least likely place, the ATT Store on Daniels Road. Thank you Fred for validating tossing an iPhone 6 to the pool bottom, through the inspiring story of how your Grandmother gave you a blueprint for life.
PS. It was a very quick stop to get a new (and free) Sim card for an old iPhone 3GS. If the 15 year old is lucky, he’ll get this dinosaur of a phone for texting and email.
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