When I write it ain’t over, it’s because I often write about death and dying, but not in the normal sense.
I don’t believe in being morbid but I do believe in people being ready for the end. And those that aren’t are usually the ones for whom death is unexpected. A sudden illness, an accident or catastrophe befall them. And while I much of what I write speak to the older generation it applies all of who are getting older.
There is much to done before we go.
The book is a guide to help you clean your house before you go so your kids won’t have to once you’re gone. For me, that is some of what Leavings my new book speaks to.
That was the gist of my most recent book. But if you haven’t seen it you can get it here.
When I write that dying is not the end I am not preaching about the meaning of death, I am writing about what and who you leave behind. This is what I prefer to focus on and what you are going to find the book I am currently writing for very specific reasons. Some of that you can read in this Post.
We all leave something when we go I hope to help you leave a lasting legacy. I do have my reasons and are mostly related to my own family experiences. While most of my family has passed what I learned from their living and passing is what often write in my books and in my blogs. The sister blog to this one www.healthywealthyaging.com is where I share some of the things that do not make it into my books. Here is a link to one of the relevant posts.
There is so much to write about living and grow old and hope to make the journey a pleasant and meaningful one. I hope you will join me in the discussion.
And I would love to share one of my free short book with you for doing so.
The book is Learn how to be happy, just click HERE to get your free copy.