Have you ever noticed how weird families can get when mom, dad 
or someone else with equal importance dies? 
Everybody gets into the act, choosing this time to air grievances 
or to make sure to get what they think that they've got coming to them. 
Alternatively, there are those that are literally drowning in inconsolable anguish 
or boiling over with an unquenchable resentment. 
Meanwhile, other families all come together – to remember and honor, 
to celebrate and laugh-cry. 
Death brought them closer, challenged them to reach higher 
and love greater than ever before. 
What is the game-changer?   
The real value is not found in things that you can leave to people, 
but what you pour in them that lasts!