Death is the great equalizer, says some philosopher and his words are still accurate even to date. Death takes us all either by surprise or by a slow warm all-embracing surrender, either way we all meet death along the way.
And when we do it will be painful nobody would say that it is light because it won’t be and it can’t be taken as such because time and time again, we are still invested in people and who they are and what they are to us, and death takes that away, and most likely leaves us with nothing, just an empty feeling, an empty space. So, while we can it is very important that we prepare for it in as much as we can while we can. Here are some salient points as to why we should prepare for such.
We will not always be able to stay at the top of our financial control; there are times when we slip into trouble and into debt. So, when we are still able to have control over things that we can have control about, we should include and prioritize our funeral plans.
When we are in our twilight years, we will most likely be beset with medical issues and pay for them in large sums, thus it is important that while we still can we should prepare for our funeral. Prepaid funeral plans are already available in the market for those who are interested in instalment funeral plan payments.
Appeases the Bereaved
When we settle everything before we leave this life what we do for the others we leave behind will be very helpful for them. When death knocks, nobody is actually pretty ready and when it happens everyone will be caught in a state of shock.
So when we prepare everything before it happens, we actually do our loved ones a favour and a help by having them and letting them grieve in peace because they will no longer be bothered by any more preparations because it has already been prepared prior.
It Settles Everything
All the details of our death are unknown to us, we do not even know when we will die and even how we die. But something that we have control about is the details of our funeral, thus we should consider it as a golden opportunity and a privilege. All the details of our funeral from the wake even down to the music that will be played can be honoured with a fully prepared funeral plan.
Even our last will and testament can be part of the plan during our funeral; this settles any issues in any distribution of the dead person’s ownership and properties. This adds more conveniences and practicality to the practice of funeral plans.
The funeral plans that we prepare to the last detail creates more essence in life while living because in the foreknowledge of having to die one day we tend to appreciate and live life to the fullest today.