Do you hunger to feel more connected to life? To feel more alive? Even less afraid? Do you want to feel more deeply to others? To loved ones? To your community? Do you ache to feel a deeper connection to God or to develop a spiritual connection? I’m going to tell you a little Read more about Are You Ready to Take Death Back?[…]
Momdoulary’s Passages 6-in-1End-of-Life, Death & Mourning Doula & Death Midwife Training Program is proud to announce our new Green Burial Awareness Campaign called “Death: Green is the New Black” – Check out the panel below!
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Comedian Billy Connolly plans an interactive burial plot, where a recording will be triggered when someone steps on a sensor. Talk about re-framing how we look at death! I love his positivity as he faces mortality. Click here to read more.
One fella came up with a particularly clever way to hold his grandmother’s cremated remains: A DIY hourglass, as depicted above. If you follow this link, you will find a step-by-step image guide on imgur. This is definitely one of the most clever urns I’ve seen yet. Kudos!
Great question! The answer is: Not much at the end of the day, as they are both boxes designed to hold and transport the dead. Really, the primary difference comes down to shape. The word coffin dates back to about the 16th century. It typically has six or eight sides, tapering down toward the feet. Read more about What’s The Difference Between A Coffin and a Casket?[…]
I love the questions we get. Not because the questions are laughable, but because they have to be asked because the funeral industry, in an effort to make things sound less ”morbid” or ”frightening” has gone a long way to make very simple things complicated. Granted, maybe this particular one has more to do Read more about What the Heck is Coffin Furniture?[…]
My last post generated some questions, as I had mentioned that my client ordered an eco-friendly casket from another provider. It seems that people are surprised to hear this is a possibility. It is, in fact, a right that is protected under the Funeral Rule. This rule states that you may order your casket from Read more about Do You Have to Purchase Your Casket From The Funeral Home?[…]
Today I will share with you a scenario from one specific funeral I provided support through, but unfortunately, it is similar to a scene I’ve seen played out many times before. This funeral was for a young man in his early 20s who had died of a suspected suicide. His parents were, as Read more about Death Doula Diary – The Up-sell[…]