Allowing Part of You To Live Forever
Once you create a pre-plan, the funeral home can hold onto any personal letters, photos, or objects. At the time of your passing, these items can be released to your loved ones — forever preserving the memories and wisdom you have developed over a lifetime. As the author Chuck Palahniuk once said: “We all die. The goal isn’t to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.” At Bronze Stone Group, we believe that, although your physical presence may part, the memories and wisdom of each individual should remain eternal.
Working With A Professional
Discussing final plans with a love one can be a very difficult and uncomfortable task. Discussing these same plans with a professional who is trained in the field is much more comforting and useful considering all questions can be answered. Your funeral will be planned to your liking, and your memories will be preserved as you wish.
A great deal of our lives revolves around planning. Whether we are planning for an event of minor significance, such as a grocery shopping, or we are planning for a major event, such as retirement, planning consumes a lot of our time. That is just how our system works. Thus, our death plans should not be exempt. They are our final wishes, and they should be treated as a major event in our lives that deserves extensive planning. The time to start this planning is now. Spend the time now to save later.
We all wish to save money. We all want the best for our loved ones. We all hope that part of us will live on forever. We all could use the help of a professional. We all need to plan. We all deserve whatever our final wishes may be, and we all must take the time to make sure it all happens.