In the event of a death, there are two stakeholders which should be a part of our consideration while evaluating the end of life experience- the person who dies and the people associated with the deceased. Till the time of death, every human being wishes to have accomplished something for which people remember them till time immemorial. This thirst for remembrance is inherent in our construct and is found across all cultures and societies. The basic reason behind this tendency, is our primate animal instinct which forms the basis of our fear of death and yearns for immortality. Hence, we spend a large part of our life in the quest of this eternal remembrance and wish to do something remarkable or create a masterpiece, which is remembered for the times to come. This tendency forces us to focus on achievements which the society values and which, primarily, are material in nature. In this process, we tend to forget the importance of small moments and small things, which, actually are the things that matter in life. These are the things which our friends, family and acquaintances remember rather than the material possessions, even after we die. This phenomenon, if captured in the end of life experience can help us re-create the beautiful moments and help us attain transcendence. These moments can be recreated through photographs, memorabilia, journals or personal messages to all the people associated with us. In the end of life experience or in case of a death, if we also include our personal belongings such as our clothes, photographs, souvenirs, journals etc. in our wills and send them to people with whom we share fond memories of these things, it can help us create a lot of happy memories even by our death.
My idea is to create a platform such that, in the event of death or end of life experience, the person can send his personal belongings ( as described above ) to the people who are related to those things. We wish to establish a connection between the deceased person, the person who will receive the things, and the time they spent together through the personal belongings of the deceased person. Through this, the person can ensure the moments that he cherished can be relived by the people involved and hence attain transcendence that the deceased seeks.