I recently submitted an article for “We Can Die Better” e-magazine on alternative funeral practices, a topic that is close to my heart. I am thrilled to find out that they accepted the article and have published it for all to read.
Here is an excerpt,
“In many facets of our lives we experience the re-invention of past practices. Whether it’s musicians once again producing music on vinyl or cassette tapes, or revisiting a fashion trend from the ‘50s. Perhaps joining in on the trend of a “zero mile diet” or “farm to table” dining. It seems that humans are apt to borrow from our past. Good or bad – Boring or exciting – Who knows for certain? In my opinion, if we are at least creative enough to blend and adapt those retro ideas into something that is appealing to our modern selves, something we can relate and connect with, then why not? What I do know is that there is an emerging throwback to past practices in funeral service and from my observations, it’s a good thing.”
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Thanks for reading it!