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Remembrance in death starts with a life well lived. Talk about dead friends and comrades, honor their contributions. Also in how I cede power and allow transition to happen in my collectives. I leave a legacy by doing the work with historical insight and making it easy for younger generations to take over what we've set the foundation for. I don't hold out or hold on irrationally or try to control what I've helped build. Raise sweet kids with curiosity for my worldview but no didactic requirement to share it. We talk about all our elders who pass away and what legacy they leave us, what we have the honor of continuing.