Plan Your Epitaph Day is a weird fun holiday celebrated on April 6 of every year. The day is allotted to plan your inscription to be made on your tomb or a grave after being buried. Everybody or everything that is born into this world must die one day, so taking that reality to mind plan your epitaph. This day need not be a day of sorrow or grief; you can spend some time figuring out what you desire to say to the world when you are gone. There are many peculiar inscriptions on tombstone history. So make sure your inscription is unique, thoughtful, and speaks your heart out. Not many get to plan their epitaph, so seise some time to plan yours before it’s too late.

I always thought I’d like my own tombstone to be blank. No epitaph, and no name. Well, actually, I’d like it to say figment.” – Andy Warhol

History of Plan Your Epitaph Day

Plan Your Epitaph Day is believed to be created by Lance Hardie in 1995. Hardie aimed to make sure that one takes control of planning their epitaphs. He thinks that those are a few crucial words that tell others about the one who lies in the grave. This day can be fun planning our last words with some fellow mates.

Plan Your Epitaph Day

Other Celebrations on April 6

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Bible Verses for Epitaph

Some of the Epitaph from Bible Verses

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.
– Deuteronomy 6:4

Blessed is the man who makes the Lord his trust.
– Psalm 40:4

Be still, and know that I am God.
– Psalm 46:10

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.
– Matthew 5:8

How to celebrate the day

The day can be observed in a fun way by visiting some graveyards to look for inspiration in the stones of the deceased person. It is essential that you can plan this day with your like-minded friends. You can also find some ideas on the internet. It is the best way to get off the fear of death and make plans for your tomb. Your epitaph may reflect who you are and what you want others to know about you, so make sure it is interesting, useful, and worth reading. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about Plan Your Epitaph Day by using the hashtag #PlanYourEpitaphDay.

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