Here's your chance to spare some memories for your loved ones
HDFC Life has better plans for you so that you can have your own#MemoriesForLife and leave much more than money for your near and dear ones.
Who comes to your mind when you feel a surge of emotions? We all look to our families to resolve our doubts and help us sail better through life’s issues. Our family is the closest to our hearts though we keep meeting new people, as and how we grow. We feel incomplete without them and the memories we have had with them are there to stay for a lifetime. When it comes to our parents, it is not only about the money our parents save for our future, it is also about the guidance we need from them just when we need it, it is about the memories that their mere presence evokes and it is about feeling their strong presence in our lives always.
Life’s continuous humdrum and the strife to secure and protect our family’s future and interests do not spare us with much time to create more memories. HDFC Life, however, has better plans for you so that you can have your own#MemoriesForLife and leave much more than money for your near and dear ones. Recording a message on memories.hdfclife.com will help you create messages through video or collate memories on a scrapbook that can be shared with your family at a later date and time of your choice. Watch how a father creates memories and advices his son on life’s greatest lessons:
Hope you too plan to share your pearls of wisdom soon with your family.
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