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Saying "goodbye" in a casual social surrounding is easy. Saying "goodbye" when you may not be able to say it again remains most difficult for those knowing life is closing in on them. Death lurks. Death lurks for each of us. Quality of life opens Pandora's Box. Are we enjoying life's journey? Are we surrounding ourselves with positive experiences? Are our family members holding tight the circle of life? What legacies are we creating for our families in the generations to come? How do we want to be remembered as having lived on this earth? What do we want on our tombstones? Some families tend to be disjointed, distant, dysfunctional, while others remain closely intertwined. In an age of technologies, miles of highways seem to separate us from the human touch of those we love. Our families once tightly knit may be shattered and scattered. What are we to do as we face the cold realities of life and impending death? If we can't depend upon our families, can we find an extended circle of friends to support us as we leave our mark on the path of life? If we are blessed to have family and family of friends, what do we want to leave fresh in their memory? The Goodbye Book - How to Live Your Legacy While Celebrating Life opens suggestions for giving your family and loved ones ways to enjoy time, creating those all-important memories. Stories relate incidents both serious and humorous. The life stories I have included are meant to show you how others dealt with "the journey" letting you know you are not alone. Enjoy this moment. Laugh and find joy! What footprint do you want to leave in the sand? How you say "goodbye," how you prepare, and how you decide to create your legacy is the ultimate gift you can give your children!
Award winning author Marcia Tabram Philips, daughter, mother, grandmother, friend, educator, ommunity leader, child of God, shares her experiences with death. After dealing with many deaths and planning celebration of life festivities, friends sought her advice. Before long, she began composing details which lead to this book. She consults with families and educators conducting workshops and motivational speaking engagements. Residing in North Carolina so she can be close to her family, she welcomes each new grandchild, rocking them in that old rockin' chair singing her "Chocolate Song, ..". "My precious, precious child, I love you More than Chocolate, I'll love you more and more each day."