End of life planning can be a joyful experience that instills peace and tranquility, especially where charitable giving is involved. For example, to leave a legacy that will last in perpetuity such as an endowment or scholarship fund is a gesture that transcends the limits of our finite existence and allows a part of us to live on.
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