“We have just about no tradition of dying well.  If you are not born with the instinct for dying well, you have to learn how to die, or you probably will not die wisely or well.” 

– Stephen Jenkinson, Die Wise


What Are the Buddhist Beliefs on Death and Dying?

We live in a world brimming with tragedy, and dealing with death can be difficult. Even in Buddhism, the religion that believes in reincarnation, many people who face death fear it. The fear of death spans across all cultures. What many people fear the most, however,...

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Ways to Always Remember Your Lost Loved Ones

After a loved one dies, you may fear that you will one day be unable to recall this person's face, voice, or mannerisms. You do not want the essence of your lost loved ones to die and become forgotten. While you cannot bring your loved one back, you can take measures...

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Most Suitable Cremation Urns & How to Choose One

Cremation continues to appeal to a broader audience each year. Low in price and environmentally friendly, it now is the burial of choice for more than 48 percent of the U.S. population. By 2020, the American Cremation Association predicts that 54 percent of all people...

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How to Get Support When Losing a Child

Many people would agree that losing a child is the worst horror any parent could know. Parents believe that they should outlive their children. Moreover, they feel they should never know the tragedy of having to bury a son or daughter. When parents lose a child, they...

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10 Bible Verses About Grief and Their Meanings

Sorrow is an emotion that can be a challenge to overcome. When a death in the family, a relationship breakup, or another personal tragedy has caused your sadness, you may consider hope, happiness, and peace to be difficult or even impossible to achieve. However, you...

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