Evanston, IL (PRWEB) October 17, 2007
People who write a spiritual-ethical will want to leave their loved ones something more than material possessions. They want to impart their values and beliefs for the benefit of future generations. A newly created blog section of the web site http://www.spiritual-ethical-will.com provides a forum for writers to share their ethical wills and describe the benefits they received from the experience.
Ethical wills have a long and distinguished history, beginning with Abraham of the Old Testament. She cites Polonius' famous speech in Shakespeare's Hamlet as being an ethical will in actuality. And Gluckel von Hameln, a medieval German woman with 14 children, left them a seven-volume set of lessons she'd learned the hard way, along with her family stories and philosophies.
Ms. Binder began the web site after she had written her own ethical will because she found the experience powerful and wanted to share it. An e-book on the subject is available through the site. "I encourage people to write an ethical will so that the non-material things that they hold dear will not disappear when they are gone," she says. One of the most powerful experiences you can have is to share your ethical will with your loved ones while you are here on this planet. Or it can be attached as a codicil to your will.
Come and blog with us and share your experience.
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