Sea of Eternity
 Published: 6/7/2012 1:53:20 AM
“The best part of any journey is the path taken to reach its destination." - Captain Phil Final Farewell on the High Seas Burial at sea is an ancient funeral custom that has been practiced by many cultures throughout the world. The tradition endures to this very day as people continue to search for meaningful and dignified ways to say goodbye to their loved ones. When cremation is chosen as the method of final disposition, “burial” at sea is still an option, but it is more accurately known as scattering at sea. Many people take comfort in the simple act of returning the cremated ashes of a loved one back into the waters of earth. Read full article »
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Pre Planning a Funeral
 Published: 5/9/2012 4:15:44 PM
Article: Pre Planning a Funeral The Need to Pre-Plan One of the most difficult times in a person's life is when a loved one passes away. Following the death of a loved one, decisions must be made when survivors are already burdened with grief. However, by thinking ahead of time, you can make informed and thoughtful decisions regarding your final wishes. Pre-planning allows you to choose the specific goods and services you want, while you also have the opportunity to compare prices. Additionally, planning ahead and committing your wishes to paper spares survivors the stress of making these decisions under the pressures of time and strong emotions. Read full article »
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A General History of Cremation
 Published: 5/6/2012 4:43:52 PM
Article: A General History of Cremation The history of mankind is a long and fascinating story, and the majority of it is apparently lost forever. For those inquisitive minds searching the distant past in the hopes of possibly gleaning some foresight into our future, we fortunately do have written, historical records documenting the affairs of human beings over the past few thousand years. For the older parts of the story that have occurred before our ability to write down important events, scientists and other researchers often rely on modern technology to aid in our understanding of the ancient past. Through many archaeological discoveries, we have learned a great deal about our ancestors of prehistoric times. Read full article »
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How to Cope with Death
 Published: 5/6/2012 2:19:22 PM
Article: How to Cope with Death Why do People have to Die? With all the incredible discoveries and advances mankind has made in the areas of medicine, science, technology and philosophy, death still remains an absolute mystery to us all. What happens when we die? Will we experience life anew in the Great Beyond or does death bring an end to our conscious experience of the universe? How can it be that someone we knew and loved is suddenly just not here anymore? People have always asked these questions and the best answers we've been able to come up so far with always seem philosophical in nature, completely devoid of a simple 'yes' or 'no'. Read full article »
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Going Green with Cremation
 Published: 4/25/2012 9:57:58 PM
Article: Going Green with Cremation The Butterfly Effect The cornerstone of the modern environmental movement is based around a concept that expresses the importance of taking responsibility for our actions today, in order to ensure that our planet will be a clean and healthy place for future generations. The environmental philosophy, as we know it today, can be traced all the way back to the Industrial Revolution of 18th-century Europe. The Industrial Revolution was a period of major advancement in the areas of agriculture, manufacturing, mining, and transportation, and it had profound effects on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions of Europe, North America, and eventually the rest of the world. Read full article »
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