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  1. Sha Hardjono

    just trying do the good things, be a caring person, helping anyone who need help, spread love. haha.

    1 year ago
  2. k'Care-Reena


    I will be remembered as a peaceful, humorous, humble and lively individual. I will not practice pre-judgement replace that with curiousity and love.

    1 year ago
  3. devy

    As a loving, compassionate caring person..

    1 year ago
  4. Dusty Su

    She was a balls to the wall, ovaries out the door, go-do it, love-fueled, kinda gal who was equally at ease with royalty and prisoners. And yes, there was wine involved!

    1 year ago
  5. N
    Nicole Payne

    I want to be remembered by my kind loving heart, sweet personality, nice domineer, creative mind, and love for the environment & creatures on it. Also want to remembered by my great fashion sense.

    1 year ago
  6. O.Christina

    As someone who loved.

    1 year ago
  7. s

    I would love to be remembered as someone who really tried to love others as myself, and tried to leave the world a better place (with the emphasis on tried! I know I don’t always get it right!)

    1 year ago
  8. Don Jones

    It would be nice if the memories were a sweet fragrance for those that cared.

    1 year ago
  9. Linda

    That I was funny and kind.

    1 year ago
  10. Hot Sauce

    I want to be remembered as someone who risked everything to fight for justice and who succeeded in creating a more anti-racist, environmentally friendly, spiritual, equitable, and loving world.

    1 year ago
    1. Kevin

      Now that’s what I call the real “Hot Sause!”

      1 year ago
  11. Elaine

    Why does this question make me feel uncomfortable?
    I’m not sure I have much to do with the narratives others create about me. I’m living authentically and gratefully.

    1 year ago
  12. d

    Don’t know. I just know that to be remembered for the most part would represent immortality.

    1 year ago
  13. Nelson

    As kind and loving man. A role model. Humble. Funny. Brilliant. Committed. Brazen. Trustworthy. Not afraid to fail. Authentic. Relatable. A leader. An inspiration. A legacy.

    1 year ago
  14. Jackie

    It has been said that “people will remember how you made them feel.” I hope that I will have made people feel worthy of my time, inspired, loved, heard, welcomed… Unfortunately, I’m sure I have made those closest to me feel, at times, guilty, embarrassed, hurt, inadequate. I hope that my love (and God’s) will cover over my multitude of sins.

    1 year ago
  15. Mary Pat

    As a mother who made mistakes, but tried her best to make. up for that. As a grandmother and great grandmother who was active and helpful in their lives. A mom, grandmother and great grandmother who loved them all and they knew it and could feel that love, and still feel that love after I am gone.

    1 year ago
  16. SK

    ii was a kind and nice person; authentic; did what I could in the best way i knew how; was a good friend, daughter.

    1 year ago
  17. Carol

    A large hand carved stone marks the grave of my late husband’s great grandmother’s grave in a small cemetery located on the side of a hill in the Ozark mountains. It reads, “She done what she could.” I hope the same will be said of me.

    1 year ago
    1. sparrow

      I just love this,
      dear Carol . . .
      it is stripped down to common sense honesty . . .
      I think we all do what we can,
      whether that is seen by others
      or not . . .

      1 year ago
  18. Patricia

    I’d like people to feel they are grateful that my life and theirs intertwined.

    1 year ago
  19. Samuel

    As someone who was kind and helpful; someone with an abundance of empathy and love to share with all…

    1 year ago
  20. Katrina

    For some it could be a general “remembering with a smile”. For others they might remember that I listened, accepted, welcomed, or that we laughed together. Maybe that’s it – that I was kind to others, and that we laughed together.

    1 year ago
  21. Cathie

    Years ago, one of my Tai Chi teachers was so beautifully joyful that it was contagious. No matter the day or time her love of life and joy oozed from her.
    It was then that I became cognizant of the wake we left, the ripples that emanated from interactions with others and it was then I consciously decided I wanted to radiate lightness, love and joy.
    So that is how I would like to be remembered, no matter the situation.

    1 year ago
  22. DeVonna

    I’ve often thought of this…I like to think of it as my legacy. I’d like to be remembered as kind, loving, family-oriented, a great cook and creative. I want to be remembered fondly.

    1 year ago
  23. Christine

    As a soul sister.

    1 year ago
  24. G

    As a child of God. Loving, unselfish and always willing to listen.

    1 year ago
  25. EJP

    As a loving and supportive mother and grandmother who .makes amazing banana bread!

    1 year ago
    1. Michele

      Do you put chocolate chips in yours? I do and it’s so yummy:)

      1 year ago
  26. Kevin

    That depends on who is doing the remembering. Besides, I’m not done living yet. And how I live my life right now will dictate how I am remembered, more than anything I might put to words.

    1 year ago
    1. Mica

      Thank you, Kevin – a good excuse for me not to answer the question 🙂

      1 year ago
  27. Michele

    I want to be remembered as someone who tried her best with what life gave me.

    1 year ago
  28. sunnypatti48317

    I hope others smile when they think of me. Or their heart fills up when I come to mind. I want to be remembered as someone who shared her light and helped others find theirs, directly or indirectly.

    1 year ago
  29. Howie Geib

    Well, I always want to think I have left enough of a good impression that I would be invited back!

    1 year ago
  30. Antoinette

    As an offering of service of kindness and conscious of our true connection- love-CorePeace.

    1 year ago

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