Precious Note is a site to remember a loved one and to write your tribute. This site is also the place to write your own personal story of your life or legacy that you hope will remain as memories for those who loved you.
These recollections can be of your family, special people, places, pets, performances, friendships or jobs, that created early influences or made an impact on your life journey. You may wish to leave noteworthy ideas or describe events that that you want others to enjoy or reminisce. Did you have a favorite recipe? Did you meet someone that changed your life? Let those trips down memory lane be your narrative that shines even decades later.
Unlike a park bench inscribed with a name, or a cemetery filled with tombstones, this website allows you to provide a virtual reminder of your life story. Use this website to write, record, and leave an everlasting memory, that you can pass on to future generations.
Finding meaning with sorrow, commonly called the sixth stage of Grief, adds a cushion to a death of a loved one. What is the meaning of that person’s life? Telling stories keeps that person alive and is helping others with their grief and loss. What are we going to do with this life to honor that person who is no longer with us?
Writing down our memories about our loved ones can help bring us closer to those we care about. Important family events, pets, people, places and lessons learned, remind us that celebrations are the memories of life These memories express an unending love and when read again and again by future generations, renew our love forever.
Our life story or purpose should focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Hopefully, we can provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference. Be mindful of the words of the writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, who said, “…if you left this world tomorrow, to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
A vital guide to healing from tremendous loss.
Listen to Mary Oliver read from her book of poems. Scroll to The Summer Day [16:10].
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Living Without You
July 18, 2020
We don’t recover from grief after the loss of someone significant. Grief is born when someone significant dies – and as long as that person remains significant – grief will remain. Sigmund Freud, the Austrian physician-neurologist, reminds us that mourning and melancholy are essential to remember…
Memories of George
August 16, 2020
When someone you love dies at a young age, in this case it was my younger brother, it happened slowly from an infection, for which there was no medical treatment at that time. He was a physician-specialist in psychiatry and he helped many people untangle their mental illnesses and personal psychological traumas, by offering his empathy and acts of kindness.
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