Ethical wills are documents that record a writer's family history, personal history, worldview, beliefs and opinions, value system, life lessons, and words of endearment and loving advice. Often appended to legal wills, they can be as brief as a one-page letter or as long as a book-length memoir.
This book provides a ten-part outline for composing an ethical will. For each of the ten sections writers will find a set of prompts to select from. These vary widely and have been selected to inspire all learning styles.
This book is designed to be used both as a course outline for lifelong learning classes and as a project for the individual writer who wants to leave future generations an unforgettable gift.
Because the concept of ethical wills is rooted in ancient Jewish religion and culture, readers will find some references to Jewish history and the Hebrew Bible, in particular the Psalms.
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