WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE A FINAL LETTER

Every human being has emotions, secrets, goals, tasks, expectations, dreams, regrets and matters which are not expressed due to lack of opportunity, fear or embarrassment. Your loved ones, relatives, friends and colleagues affected by your absence will not know what you want them to remember you for and will not have a greater sense of closeness unless you can convey these to them in a Last Letter.

Think about these: natural and man-made disasters such as Typhoon Morakot in Taiwan 2009, the Swine Flu in 2009, the Sichuan earthquake in 2008, the Asia Tsunami in 2004, SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak in 2003, the recent fast spreading influenza, road/air/sea accidences, fires and floods happened and will strike anytime, anywhere.

You will find peace, relief, and happiness when you know you have already set aside what you want to say to your loved ones or leave behind for your love ones.