Social Media: Life After Death in Cyberspace
Death is inevitable but the passing of a close family member is still one of the most traumatic events a person can ever experience, showering us with a range of emotions such as grief, sadness, frustration, heightened anxiety and even anger.
Don't Pass the Buck When it Comes to Organising Your Own Funeral
Obviously no one wants to think about death, much less plan for it but having a prepaid funeral plan in place could really help ease the emotional and financial burden on loved ones, at what will inevitably be a distressing time.
Call a Truce in Family Feuds Over Funeral Plans
Death is inevitable but the passing of a close family member is still one of the most traumatic events a person can ever experience showering, us with a range of emotions such as grief, sadness, frustration, heightened anxiety and even anger.
Watch Out for Costly Funeral Plan Exclusions - Which? Report
Which? Magazine recently published an article about ‘costly’ funeral plan exclusions. The theme of the article was also picked up by other national publications which also ran similar articles based on the Which? report.
What is a Ceremonial Funeral?
Love her or hate her, it is undeniable that as in life, so in death Margaret Thatcher evoked a plethora of emotions from devotion and admiration expressed in a copious outpouring of tributes from world leaders to open abhorrence that culminated in gatherings of street celebrations.
Five Alternative Ways of Disposing of Your Ashes
With the spreading of Christianity, cremation was rejected as a pagan ritual and for many centuries, burial was the only option available for funerals in the western world. It was not until 1874 that a secular organisation calling themselves the Cremation Society, emerged in London to campaign for cremation based mainly on the grounds of hygiene and cost.
Immortality Through Your Twitter Feed - Your Social Afterlife
Since the dawn of civilisation man has sought ways of defying death and at the very least leaving behind some legacy to be remembered by. Consider the Pharaohs and their investment in the afterlife; driven by religious beliefs telling them that they were the incarnation of gods, they felt the need to build monuments grandiose enough to match their egos.