There is hardly a sight so breathtaking to an American as our flag. The symbolism is rich with honor and dignity, and the flag represents the freedom purchased with the blood of patriotic Americans a
Cremation has not only become a lot more common since the turn of the millennium. It is well on its way to becoming the norm. In 2021, nearly 60 percent of families opted for cremation, according to
What do you think of when you think of a memorial service? A lot of people think of a traditional funeral: with a wake, some kind of religious service, and then a commitment ceremony at the cemetery.
In the previous post, we discussed the importance of rituals, of gathering as a group. Whatever the nature of the gathering—a church service, to something much smaller and less informal—there is grea
While cremation can be friendlier to the environment than other methods of final disposition, cremation does have an impact on the environment – from the energy necessary to complete the process to t
Scattering has become a popular method of final disposition for a person who has been cremated yet many families are unaware of the options and the restrictions presented by scattering. The cremation