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The snow is gently falling round, lights of red and green and blue grace the trees in the park.
Grief ~ Oh how long do we go on … a limb has fallen from the family tree and I hear a voice saying: “Do not grieve for me.”
My parent is dying, what do I need to prepare? What information do I need to bring to the Funeral Home?
“A gift of knowledge, a lifetime of discovery” are the words chosen to describe a program called Somatic Explorations.
It’s Christmas time, yet who really feels like celebrating when stricken with grief?
Grief is clinically defined as the emotion of loss.
I was asked the question recently: “I have surgically implanted pins put in my body, what happens to them when I get cremated?”
William Gladstone has been quoted as saying, “Show me the manner in which a nation or community cares for its dead and I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender mercies of its people, their respect for the law of the land and their loyalty to high ideals.”