Bind us together with love
At Mass today (ooh, get me!), the priest talked about a Swedish industrialist who was mistakenly believed dead. Consequently, he was able to read his own obituary and was saddened that he was known for his inventions, rather than a desire to bring people together and other humanitarian aims. So he changed his life to be remembered for the things he really loved.
My auntie read a self-help book that said, live your life in a way that would make you happy with your own eulogy. Morbid but fascinating.
I wonder what I want people to keep of me?