Recovering from a Loss

Three Ways To Keep A Loved One's Cremains With You All The Time

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One of the advantages of choosing cremation over traditional burials is saving money, but cremations also allow for portability of the cremains, meaning it’s possible to keep a loved one’s ashes with you at all times. If you’d rather have the cremains with you rather than left behind in an urn or scattered at sea, consider these three cool ideas for transforming cremains into something beautiful, keeping them with you, or using them to become art.…

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Modern Mausoleums

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Building a mausoleum as opposed to a family plot, is a luxurious and special way to celebrate your family’s love for eternity. Mausoleums are sleeker and more modern these days, but come from a long tradition of honoring important families. Ancient Mausoleums Mausoleum’s have been around since the Ancient World. The word mausoleum comes from the ruler Mausolus, who is buried in Turkey in what is considered to be the first ever mausoleum.…

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Three Unique Ways To Honor Your Loved One's Memory With Ashes

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If your loved one has chosen to be cremated, you will be left with a permanent memory of that person – in his or her ashes. Many people choose to simply keep their loved one’s ashes in an urn or other attractive vessel, and display it on a mantel or shelf. Though there is nothing wrong with this display choice, if it is what you and your loved one truly desire, there are more creative ways to use the ashes to honor your loved one’s memory.…

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