Tips On How To Keep Your Loved Ones’ Memory Alive

Having someone you love, leave you and this Earth behind can change you. They will leave behind a hollowness that can’t really be filled…no matter who you meet, and who steps into their role. If you’re interested in ways to keep your loved ones’ memory alive, then we have a few suggestions for you. Read ahead to find them…

 In a tangible form

 There are many ways in which you could keep a loved one’s memory fresh in your mind; especially in tangible forms. If you’re loved one has been cremated, consider converting their ashes into cremation jewelry. Green burial, also popularly known as memory diamonds, are steadily getting famous. Though most people opt for this in the case of their pets, it’s not uncommon to do so with human ashes as well. If the thought of “wearing” your loved one doesn’t sit right with you, simply convert it into a diamond, but don’t set it into jewelry.

 A little scrapbook with your favorite pictures and memories of them, for those born after their death to know them

 Are you good with words? If you are, and/or if you can’t meet the ashes to diamond cost (or idea), then consider making a creative scrapbook/album in honor of your loved one. Gather many pictures that you could find with memories behind them. Include quotes they regularly say, or little snippets of advises that they dished out. Even small stories from your memories will be a cute addition to your book. This will serve to keep those memories fresh in your mind, and also serve as a lovely way of introducing your loved one to those born after their death.

 “In loving memory of…”

 Good deeds are rarely forgotten; even if they are almost never repaid. If you want your loved one to be remembered fondly by those in your locality, consider doing a good deed on their behalf. Start a trust fund for under-privileged kids, build a park for the kids at your neighborhood, do a yearly contribution one their behalf to an orphanage or some other charitable event; let their name be heard in a steady and subtle way. Visit if you are looking for ashes to diamond cost.

 Making their birthday a day for family get-togethers

 All of the above suggestions are, admittedly, a little complicated. If you are focusing on keeping your loved one’s memory lasting for yourself and the others in your family, rather than your neighbors and the rest of your social circle, then you need not go to all this trouble. Select a special day for your loved one, like their birthday or marriage anniversary (a day that they themselves celebrated), and have a regular family get-together on that day. You need not even do anything special to remember them; just the getting together regularly on that specific day will do your job for you…