No matter how true our intentions may be, most of us spend every waking moment living for the now, not worrying about the day we die, much less the day after. In the end, death catches most of us off guard. Perhaps we planned ahead and had a will drawn up, or mentioned an off-handed idea about a party on the beach, but most often the loved one is gone along with those thoughts and the immediate family or friend circle is left with the almost unimaginable task of assembling a meaningful and all-encompassing ceremony to celebrate the life that just suddenly ended.
Survivors are burdened with the unimaginable task of immediately compiling a rich and meaningful representation of your entire life and all of it’s meaning at the worst possible moment, a moment defined by paralyzing grief, emotional fatigue, and urgent tactical overload.
Celebrate Me focuses on the human experience of death along a spectrum, with 3 primary impact areas:
- The experience of connecting and collaboratively gathering your life moments with friends and family during life.
- A curated celebration plan to enable your inner circle in the event of your death.
- A lasting artifact of remembrance created by you, with intention and input from all the people who were a part of your life.