Episode 148 – Where Do You Want To Go…When You Go?

Nov 1, 2022 | Tuesday People

Hosts & Guests

Mitch Albom

Lisa Goich

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Where should we go when it’s time to go?” column in the Detroit Free Press

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About This Episode

In honor of Halloween and all death remembrances this week, today’s episode of the Tuesday People podcast is dedicated to one topic that is often difficult to discuss: Where do you want to go…when you go? Our final resting place is a tough conversation to have with our loved ones. Today we discuss ways to ease into this topic, what to consider when making this very important decision, the reasons why we choose the places we choose, and finally some wisdom from Morrie as he opened up to host Mitch Albom about his plans for his final place of rest. As Morrie said, “If it’s a human act, why not face it realistically?”

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1 Comment

  1. Theresa

    I can see you being planted in the ground for others to come and visit after you are gone. My husband and I talked about things 3 wks before he died I wanted to make sure he got his wishes and of course he didn’t want a burden of cost for a funeral onto me but he was content on being cremated and I still have his remains here in a room. It is high up on his old gun cabinet and it is the cat/computer room and no worries about the cat tipping anything over. She is no climber. When I was young my friends and I used to go through the cemetery and I found it to be creepy. It was an errie feeling to be there. I decided that wasn’t for me. It wasn’t a comforting place. I think having some of the remains in a container is fine for someone to know that is where i am I am trying to decide to have the ashes spread out maybe up north.


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