FACE THE INEVITABLE

OK, today I am going to address a subject that most people try very hard to not think about. We are all going to die. At some point in our lives, we will each draw our very last breath – it is inevitable. I know, I know, it is such a morbid and sensitive subject that people just do not want to even think about it. But that reluctance still does not change the truth; we are all going to do it.

From the very young to the very old, and everywhere in between, I have seen it happen. In my personal circle I have seen the ages of 6 months and I have seen 92 years old. That is quite a spread of years that I have observed myself.

Being in the Life Insurance profession, I deal with this subject every day. Yes, I am careful with my words and am very aware of the sensitivity of the subject. But the toughest experience for me is when a prospective client has expressed an interest, they want to meet with me, but they put me off until a later date. I have called numerous prospective clients back, only to be told by a family member that they died. That saddens me so much because I know they have now left their grieving family in a financially perplexing situation.

Part of the reason I am writing this today is because this morning I heard a testimony from a daughter who lost her father and had to borrow money to bury him. That is truly sad. Not only are they having to deal with the grief of suddenly loosing their young father of 55 years old, but they are now fearful of what to do with the final expense cost and the ongoing bills.

Yes, the bills continue. The mortgage or rent payments still must be paid. Food, car payments, power bills, and more still go on. But now a major source of income is no longer there. I realize this is a touchy subject, but it should, and inevitably, must be faced – one way or another. Choose the protection that Life Insurance provides.

Please see my other Blogs for your personal guidance. Face this very important subject now. Act now. Do not wait another day; call me.

Thanks, Roger