Were humans meant to be recycled?

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This is timely and inspiring, although my heart ached when i got to the last line of the article. It clearly is time to re-imagine ceremony – a funeral simply means a gathering to honour the dead where the body is present.

Here’s to re-imagining funerals in modern times my dear human kindlings! Ceremony is one of the healing salves for this troubled world – innate and natural to all creatures. Blessings all,

CBC Article Below

Back to the land – Some people believe cremating our dead or burying them in caskets is an insult to nature. Were humans meant to be recycled?  

 

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