Funerals are a solemn and emotional time for families and friends to pay their last respects to the departed. In many Asian cultures, funerals are seen as a celebration of life, a way to honour the deceased and offer comfort to those left behind. Asian funerals have a unique and rich tradition that has been passed down through generations, making them a beautiful and memorable experience. Attention to Detail
One of your most significant worries is how your loved ones will fund and organise your funeral. You often wonder whether they will consider your personal, cultural and religious beliefs as they organise the event. A pre-arranged funeral grants you the right to plan your funeral. If you are considering this arrangement, below is a comprehensive guide on pre-arranged funerals. Funding There are several ways to fund your pre-arranged funeral. First, you could take out a life insurance policy.
Funerals can bring forth such a range of emotions: melancholy, grief, regret, relief and nostalgia. As an assistant at a funeral parlour, I am privileged to help people with organising their loved one’s final journey. I have learnt that a good funeral parlour can make the occasion truly commemorative. When I attend funerals for friends, I am saddened to see that so many ceremonies are traditional and joyless. I later find out that the family members simply weren’t aware of options such as a graveside memorial service. I love the fact that one of my tasks involves showing family members various venues and demonstrating what can be done. In this humble little blog, I hope to make it my mission to share some of the ideas – big and small – from the best funerals I have seen. Perhaps it will give you some inspiration at a difficult time. Bless.