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This is very important; discussing your post-death wishes with family and close friends. Do not wait until it is too late or crisis time. When you are very ill, in hospital or diagnosed as terminal; your thoughts might be elsewhere.
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Talking to Family About Post Death Wishes — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library
At UCLA’s Donated Body Program, Dean Fisher uses a device to dissolve the dead bodies of donors. This alkaline hydrolysis machine, called the “Resomator,” turns bodies into liquid and pure white bone, which is then pounded and scattered at sea. 244 more words
Bali which is mostly Hindu, has a cremation ceremony called as Ngaben. In Bali burning corpses is a sign that family members are sincere with the departure of other family members and a purification event of the deceased person to restore the body element to the natural element. 146 more words
I’ve been a crematorium tech for almost two years. I’m still new compared to some of the guys, and I get a lot of crap for being the only female in the place. 3,625 more words