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Jul 30, 2004 2:44 pm re: re: Need contributors to project to raise money for charity/fun back in funeral
Laura Zaky
Hello,

I went to a funeral latley and was saddened by all these people being sad.
It's clearly not for me, I thought. So I thought what is for me so here it goes:

When I pop my cloggs leave this body behind going forward on my path back to the prime creator when I wander back I choose not to have a church or any kind of "official service". As I do not want somebody that does not know me blessing me in what I do not believe to be true.
I want all that can be donated to be donated the rest to medical science - good luck - and with what's left to be set on a funeral pyer out to sea. I would like everybody to gather at my house or a suitable location and have a COLOURFUL party and remember all of the good times, human emotion will not let us get out of the grips of tears an the missing but at least have a good nosh up and renditions of what a great person I was or what ever lots of music and laughter, I'll ask for a sunny day!

Love, Sunshine & Laughter
Laura

> Stephanie West Allen wrote: > Hi, Liz. I wrote a book about creating your own funeral or memorial service which continues to sell very well. After doing so, I studied all kinds of related matters about death and dying -- including the lighter side. I created a site and I have not updated it for years (for some reason it stays online) but there are still some good links and articles there. > >

http://ancestrylifelegacy.weblogger.com > >

I was recently interviewed by a reporter about creating your own funeral and what I wanted for mine. My mother's comments included: "Stephanie, the neighbors are going to read this!" > >

I don't think the link to it works anymore but I could probably get it into pdf if you wanted. > >

On the Internet, I met a great guy who designs coffins for people -- they use them for liquor cabinets or book shelves or coffee tables until they need them for the "other use." We traded my book for his T-shirts that say "Bert and Bud's Vintage Coffins: Don't be caught dead without one" or "We put the fun back in funerals." I had already been using the fun and funerals phrase before we ran into each other as I am a humor writer and people could not quite understand the connection between my humor stuff and my funeral book. Anyway, if a person wants a very interesting day of interactions, wear a T-shirt like that. I could write a book on the reactions I have gotten. > >

I think their URL is www.vintagecoffins.com. If not, let me know and I will find the right one. > >

The boomers are rewriting the face of funerals and fun is part of what they are injecting. > >

Best of luck with what sounds like a great project. > >

Stephanie > >

Liz Shaw wrote: >> I am working with another coach on putting together an ebook that will be sold to raise money for charity. The ebook will be a compilation of real life funny stories about death and dying - the lighter side of death.

>> >>I need help in collecting the personal stories, so if you have an ezine, I would appreciate having the chance to ask your readers for submissions to the ebook.

>> >>I also am looking for the following professionals who would be willing to donate their time to this project:

>> >>* editor with experience in short humor pieces
>>* illustrator, probably a cartoon-y style
>>* layout artist, preferably with Acrobat 6 in addition to their page layout software
>>

>>If you know anyone who would enjoy working on this kind of project with any of the above skills, please send them to me! >>

>>Most importantly, we are looking for a charity to receive all profits from this. Local organizations can join the affiliate program and thus profit from it that way. But we are looking for a great organization out there working on the world level. Suggestions? >> >>

Liz, the Coach for Overcomers
>>Helping People Develop Wings to Soar Over the Storms of Life >>

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