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  1. Aug 29,  · See how many times you get this! I want you to know that you are amazing and you are my friend until my death and forever. If I don't get this back, I understand. But I have a game for you, once you read this letter, you must send it to 15 people, including the person who sent it to you. If you receive at least 3 back, you are loved.
  2. Now it is so easy to keep in touch with people, but life is still too short to hold onto friends that, at the end of it all, you really don't even want to go to their funeral. It is OK to let go of those relationships that no longer work for you, are toxic or if the two of you have simply grown apart.
  3. But when you do pass away, have you thought about what you’d like to be said at your funeral? Our hope is that you will live your life in such a way that, one day, the people who attend your memorial service will be inspired to live their lives in a better way. Here are 5 things you want said about you at your funeral.
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  5. Aug 20,  · People will come for free food. They may come for a comedian but most think pastors are not much fun. I would look for a pastor who is a part time comic. You may need balloons and flyers. As for finding friends, tell your folks you need to go to a different school. Trry any hobby that gets you out of the house.
  6. I hope they won't be too quick to begrudge me. Won't you come To my funeral when my days are done Life's not long And so I hope when I am finally dead and gone That you'll gather round when I am lowered into the ground. If I should die before I wake up I pray that the Lord my soul will take but My body, my body - that's your job. Well I can't be sure where I'm headed after death.
  7. I didn’t go to my mother’s funeral because I wasn’t welcome. I knew that my truth, my existence, and my experiences would not be welcomed. And I know that it wasn’t just my siblings who didn’t want me to take part in our mother’s funeral. My mother didn’t want me to be there either. By not going I was honoring her wishes.

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