Death Over Pizza Questions

If you are curious about the questions asked during the Death Over Pizza gathering, look no further! I’ve added them below. Enjoy.

Part I

Discussion: What defines a “full life”?

Discussion: What would you do if you had one day to live? What do your answers say about your values, convictions, soul….

1. How would you describe me?

2. How would you describe my essence in one word?

3. Do any songs remind you of me?

4. Have I taught you anything?

5. What do you think you will remember most about me? What would be my legacy?

Break – Break – Break Break – Break – Break

Part 2

Discussion: Do you want an end-of-life gathering? If so, what do you call it?

6. Do any of you want to speak at my end-o-life service?

7. I will be cremated. Would people like to dispose of their own bit of ashes?

8. Would any of you want to attend my cremation?

Discussion: What happens when you die? When, what, and who do your opinions come from?

9. What will people miss about me?

10. Do you have any memorable moments that involve me?

Discussion: When does the transition from “I will die” to “I am dying” happen?

3 Responses to Death Over Pizza Questions

  1. Pingback: Death Over Pizza | Aquarius vs. Cancer

  2. April says:

    I can still feel the burning rage that coursed through me when you were pointed out to me at work. Your beautiful, beautiful, happy face, a huge smile, your kind disposition. I recall thinking this is just what we need more in the world… don’t let it be true! But it was true and it got worse. I know your personality did more for your peers at work than anyone else I recall, still you had to suffer…. my god I hope there’s a reward for you… Kim I don’t know much about these social network things, yours is the only one I’ve been able to navigate, but I have read everything you’ve written and hold you in the highest esteem. It astounds me that you still manage to give you, still manage to smile you are still thinking of how to cheer others on …..that’s what I will remember

    • kimmywink says:

      Wow. April. Your words take my breath away. Thank you. I do miss COP. I miss the interactions with people and acknowledgement of a job well done.

      Take good care April.

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