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Would people be excited about your departure from the earth or they would wish you should come back again and again if possible?
The death of a billionaire is worth more to the media than the lives of a billion poor people.
My life will end someday, but it will end at my convenience.
Delay is not a help-mate. The cemetary is full of people who thought they could DO IT tomorrow. Do It Now!
Whether you lay cold in the ground or warm in an urn the turmoils of life aren't a concern. For some this may be the perfect rhyme except for those you leave behind...
Refusal to engage in spiritual warfare does not exempt you from being among the next casualties of war
Any church that operates in prayerless and powerless Christianity spend their days and years conducting dust to dust rites in the burial grounds.
Besides a burial service is rather lovely. Makes you feel uplifted, the grief is real. It makes you feel awful but it does something to you. I mean, it works it out like perspiration.
The harbour of influence is richer in the cemeteries where people are buried with their music on their tongues unsung. Don't leave your potentials untouched!
Has there always been someone like me to bury the bodies, to have regrets, to carry on after everyone else was dead?
Don't cry for the dead, for the dead is deaf, dumb, blind, lame, unemotional and dead.
Most people are not really scared of death. They are merely terrified of being taken to a mortuary and/or being buried or cremated and/or being forgotten.
Not everyone who died had left a "memory" and not everyone who had left a memory had left a "blessed" one. Therefore, not all have died should be tagged "...of a blessed memory
Mist to mist, drops to drops. For water thou art, and unto water shalt thou return.
Death would not surprise us as often as it does, if we let go of the misbelief that newborns are less mortal than the elderly.
A few generations living and dying without a sky, and enclosed spaces lost the atavistic terror of premature burial.
My tomb shall be in a spot where the north wind may scatter roses over it.
We the living are to blame for the painfulness of being dead.
Elaborate burial customs are a sure sign of decadence.
The notion of burial had always struck him as stifling and cold. He liked the Indian way better, setting the bodies up high, as if passing them to the heavens.