In this article in today’s New York Times, Jason Zinoman interviews Larry David about his Broadway show, “Fish in the Dark,” a comedy that deals with a family patriarch on his deathbed.
Most of the interview was about David’s career—interesting and entertaining, but not about DEATH—except for one question and answer that, lucky for me, illustrates one of my favorite points about contemplating one’s own funeral.
So Larry David doesn’t want touching. He wants funny stories.
How many of us want funny stories?! A whole lot of us.
So please, start telling your friends and family how you want laughter over tears, and while you’re at it, don’t forget the ever important: buried, cremated, or donated? It’s all good..