Ad promo image large
  • Published Date

    February 25, 2019
    This ad was originally published on this date and may contain an offer that is no longer valid. To learn more about this business and its most recent offers, click here.

Ad Text

Consider ohese oughts by Debbie J. Thompson Owner/Funeral Director/CPC REGARDING DEATH By learning how different cultures regard death, we can open ourselves up to new ways of approaching a subject that many people find difficult to talk about. One of the tenets of Hinduism is the belief in repeated incarnations of the soul that result from the moral law of cause and effect, or "karma." To halt this never-ending cycle of reincarnation, Hindus must free themselves from attachments to material things, including their bodies. To attain this goal, they often meditate on disease and the aging of their bodies, and imagine their own deaths. Confronting mortality in this way helps them conquer the illusion of individual human existence. This approach may offer some insight into preparing oneself for death Death is marked in so many ways around the world that an understanding of different rituals can be helpful, particularly in a cross cultural environment. To learn more, please call or visit our beautiful funeral home. We understand the pain that comes from losing a loved one. Whether the loss was expected or not, losing a loved one is never easy. Celebrating Lives and Healing Hearts QUOTE: "The Spirii is neither born nor does it die at any time It does not come into being or cease to exist. is unborn, eternal, permanent, and primeral. Krishna Thompson SPRING GROVE FUNERAL HOME 8103 Wilmot Road . Spring Grove 815-675-0550