I know I am probably too young to be thinking about all of this, but being that we all never really know when our time in this world is up, I have been strongly considering a living funeral. I have heard that they can be helpful in the process of letting go of this life and providing the opportunity for the person having it to share some very rewarding memories, time, and any needed reconsiliations in the here and now and making the unknown of what would be at a funeral more known and satisfying. And by the way, I am not suicidal; I am just thinking ahead a bit. What do you all think about this idea?
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