Hello Bahenda Joseph, Thank you for your concern and the efortsto your ccommunity. I would first of all like to add that sharing a dream will not only leave a legacy but also inspire others to toshare their dream and work had to achieving their dream. If one shares his dream, he will always refer to the to the community and what they expect of him and work hard towards that. This shall help our communities to steadily grow and have clear path ways for their future and after life. This will also help the individual to plan for his last hour and the impact he will cause to the loved ones. The most important teaching material are the 3Hs you put forward when drawing your plan, your personal dream and vision, illustration using the Rocks and gravel approach to teach the community to share their dream and put their vision in reality throught setting realistic goals and laying a clear plan. You may needtheflip chats to note down and structure how you will present to the community and a venue is another important factor when organising these events. You canstl use the online platform to share and teachthis to the world such Facebook, Twitter and any other. Putting your personal dream and sharing it illustratively is a key.
I agree with you Lynn. If the public Education system can learn to address these questions in your description, there will be a great impact in bridging the gap of unpreparedness and planning. If talking about Death is intergreted in the Education, it will help in the production of open minded citizens and ready to address any challenges of life putting forward their impact after life when they die.