On accepting and being prepared for the inevitable.

Death is a painful word. And we avoid uttering it as much as possible in our daily lives. Of late I have become more accepting to the fact that sooner or later it would happen and I should be better prepared for it. Preparing my will is the first step. And I finally drafted it today! From the way I would want to be cremated to details of my eyes/organ donation card, and of course the distribution of assets  – I have tried to cover all. There is no denying that writing it was therapeutic experience in itself and I regretted having not done it sooner.

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