Do you think about what your family will have to deal with after you die (insurance, debt, etc)?
yes! surely i do. it comes to my mind every alternate day . not only the financial part but the emotional part too.
Yes, I have. I've considered it quite a bit. I have an insurance policy that will pay my family a good bit of money upon my death. My wife and I have also created our will. So, I believe things are taken care of economically.
I think about it way too often. I am 60, my parents died at 49 and 53, so I tend to be a little morbid, thinking the end could be around the corner. I look at our home and think, what would they want, what would they have to clean up, paint, fix to sell this place. Yes, I think about it all the time.
I have thought about it. My husband and I have paid off our debt and have taken steps to make sure our kids would be well taken care of emotionally, physically, and financially.
nope. we aren't in dept and i want to be cremated without some ceremony so those costs won't be much.
I do think about it quite a bit, mostly about making sure that my financial records are kept in good order, that I have told my family members what I want done with my quilting supplies and fabric, and my genealogy material. I feel like I must have the important things organized so that they can deal with them easier.
No, not much really. I think God has made provision for survival of all his people. It's just that we worry about it as we are not aware of it. But HE knows what you need and if you pray to HIM and remember HIM on a regular basis, you do not have to worry.
I have seen God's grace work for me on so many occassions.
I am debt free, own a house and my children are well educated.
That's enough I think.
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