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Legacy Letters

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Do you know your great-grandparents names? Heather McElhatton talks to Dr. Barry Baines, Vice President of “Celebrations of Life” says most people don’t, which means statistically, your great-grandchildren probably won’t know your name either…Unless you do something.

Like writing a Legacy Letter or an ethical will, which is a way to share your thoughts, memories, hopes and dreams with future generations. A Legacy Letter is not a legal document; it does not distribute your valuables… but instead your values. It’s a heartfelt expression of what truly matters most in your life. An ethical will may be one of the most cherished and meaningful gifts you can leave to your family and community. More information here: www.celebrationsoflife.net

“A Beautiful World” is a news program produced by American Public Media that focuses on inspirational stories from around the world, featuring good news about science, technology, ecology, art, music and medicine. The program is hosted by best-selling author Heather McElhatton, whom listeners may know from her contributions to This American Life, Marketplace and MPR News. Visit www.prettylittlemistakes.com for more stories and audio collections.

Books, Education, Living
A Beautiful World, Dr. Barry Baines, Dying, Ethical Wills, Heather McElhatton, Legacy Letters, Living, Suzanne Pekow