A Guide to Understanding Cremation
 Published: 4/24/2012 9:05:20 PM
Article: A Guide to Understanding Cremation For We are Dust... As we go about our busy lives, it can sometimes be easy for the average person to overlook the simple fact that all terrestrial life is earth. From the iron in our blood to the calcium in our bones, our bodies are built from the very same elements and compounds that make up our planet. When we breathe in fresh air, the oxygen taken into our lungs from earth's atmosphere diffuses into our bloodstream and is carried to every cell in our body, and all of this is done without us even thinking about it. "...for dust you are and to dust you will return. Read full article »
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What to do when Death Occurs
 Published: 4/24/2012 9:01:52 PM
Article: What to do when Death Occurs Many people are actually very surprised by how little they know about the responsibilities that need to be addressed immediately following the death of a close family member. Even if the death was expected and final arrangements were pre-planned, the person in charge of making important decisions still may have overwhelming feelings of uncertainty or even confusion, in addition to the emotional pain and grief he or she may be experiencing. Making important decisions under emotional stress can be very difficult when a loved one passes away. Read full article »
  Posted in Death » End of Life Issues  |  Tagged: cremation urns, funeral urns, cremation jewelry
Traveling with Cremated Remains
 Published: 4/24/2012 8:59:54 PM
Article: Traveling with Cremated Remains Cremated Remains in Transit In the weeks and months following the devastating terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States government took a number of steps to increase security for travelers. The Transportation and Aviation Security Act was signed into law on November 19, 2001. This act originally established the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the agency responsible for security in all modes of transportation in the United States. TSA was originally part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, but became an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2003. Read full article »
  Posted in Cremation » Transportation  |  Tagged: cremation urns, funeral urns, cremation jewelry
LifeGem Memorial Diamonds
 Published: 4/24/2012 8:57:31 PM
Article: LifeGem Memorial Diamonds Because love lives on... The diamond has long been a symbol of eternal love. The diamond, a gem world-renowned for its incredible strength and superlative beauty, is one of the most universally-treasured gemstones mankind has ever known. Although the diamond has had many uses in the ancient world, it is now most widely used in jewelry. Since at least the 15th century A.D., the remarkable strength, brilliance and beauty of the diamond have made it a powerful symbol for nuptial engagements. Read full article »
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How to Write an Obituary
 Published: 4/24/2012 8:44:20 PM
Article: How to Write an Obituary One last story... An obituary is a story that gives an account of the life of someone who has recently died. Obituaries are most commonly published in newspapers, but they can also be published online. Obituaries can be written by family members, friends, a funeral service professional, or even a news agency, if the deceased was particularly prominent or famous. Writing a creative obituary in a unique writing style can serve as a beautiful and thoughtful tribute to your departed loved one. Read full article »
  Posted in Death » End of Life Issues  |  Tagged: cremation urns, funeral urns, cremation jewelry
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