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How To Talk to Your Aging Parents About End-of-Life Decisions

Talking about end-of-life issues is daunting, especially when it involves your parents. Nevertheless, we know that having these difficult conversations in advance can lead to a better quality of li...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Friday, October 8, 2021

Jewish Funeral Traditions and Etiquette

Saying goodbye and laying a loved one to rest is never easy, but there is beauty in the act of honoring Jewish religious rituals. If you are preparing or attending a Jewish burial, you should be mi...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Five Reasons Why People Choose Direct Cremation

When your loved one passes on, it is a distressing period for the entire family. While some see a funeral as an essential way to say goodbye to their departed loved one, others prefer to separate t...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Saturday, August 7, 2021

Funeral Traditions Under Buddhism

Throughout the years, many denominations of Buddhism flourished, all with varying ceremonies and customs. But all Buddhists share the belief in the cycle of life or reincarnation towards enlightenm...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Christian Funerals and Cremation Process

Christianity has over 2.4 billion followers around the globe, making it the most prominent religion. It has three major Churches, namely Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, and Protestants. Altho...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Five Alternative Ways You Can Do With Your Loved Ones' Cremains

If your loved one wishes to be cremated, you might want to consider alternative methods of memorialization. Here are five creative options to commemorate your deceased loved ones with a product ali...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Understanding Hindu Funeral Rites and Traditions

Hinduism dates back to more than 4,000 years, making it the world's oldest religion. It started in India and now has over a billion followers from all over the globe. Hindus believe that God (Brahm...
By Jacklyn Hutchens
Saturday, April 24, 2021

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How To Talk to Your Aging Parents About End-of-Life Decisions

Talking about end-of-life issues is daunting, especially when it involves your parents. Nevertheless, we know that having these difficult conversations in advance can lead to a better quality of li...

Jewish Funeral Traditions and Etiquette

Saying goodbye and laying a loved one to rest is never easy, but there is beauty in the act of honoring Jewish religious rituals. If you are preparing or attending a Jewish burial, you should be mi...

Five Reasons Why People Choose Direct Cremation

When your loved one passes on, it is a distressing period for the entire family. While some see a funeral as an essential way to say goodbye to their departed loved one, others prefer to separate t...

Funeral Traditions Under Buddhism

Throughout the years, many denominations of Buddhism flourished, all with varying ceremonies and customs. But all Buddhists share the belief in the cycle of life or reincarnation towards enlightenm...

Christian Funerals and Cremation Process

Christianity has over 2.4 billion followers around the globe, making it the most prominent religion. It has three major Churches, namely Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, and Protestants. Altho...

Five Alternative Ways You Can Do With Your Loved Ones' Cremains

If your loved one wishes to be cremated, you might want to consider alternative methods of memorialization. Here are five creative options to commemorate your deceased loved ones with a product ali...

Understanding Hindu Funeral Rites and Traditions

Hinduism dates back to more than 4,000 years, making it the world's oldest religion. It started in India and now has over a billion followers from all over the globe. Hindus believe that God (Brahm...