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At the Grave of a Mother

Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty; neither do I exercise myself in things too great, or in things too wonderful for me. Surely I have stilled and quieted my soul...  Read More

At the Grave of a Wife

With a sorrowing heart, O beloved wife, I fondly recall your love and companionship, your tenderness and devotion and the many comforts and joys you brought into my life...  Read More

Caring for a Veteran: Understanding Their Unique Needs and Your Own

As a person who loves a veteran, you may find that you need the same things non-veterans and their families need when a loss is experienced: comfort, sympathy, emotional support of friends and family, knowledge, coping skills, time, and healing. You may also discover that the military culture may create special grief needs. You may be aware of the importance of the service that your loved one provided for our country, but you may not be aware that you too have served.   Read More

Ching Ming, or Qingming

Qingming, also known as Clear Bright Day, Ancestors Day or Tomb Sweeping Day, is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture.  Read More

Coping With Grief: Helping Others Endure Their Loss

"Coping With Grief: Helping Others Endure Their Loss" is an informative guide to helping a friend cope with their grief after suffering a loss.   Read More

Debunking Common Myths About Advance Funeral Planning

Some common myths might be keeping you from making your final arrangements in advance. This article takes a look at those myths and clears up some common misconceptions.   Read More

Eagle’s Wings

You who dwell in the shelter of the Lord, who abide in His shadow for life...  Read More

Ecclesiastes

There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens. A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to uproot the plant...  Read More

El Moleh Rachamim

El malay rachamim shochen bamiromim, Hamtzey menucha nechona tachas kanfey hashechina...   Read More

Four Final Life Lessons Nobody Told Veterans…Until Now

This article is about you. I have been asked to write it because I was a nurse, and I have taken care of more than 10,000 veterans as they faced the end of their lives. I have seen and learned things from them that you may not know about— things that no one has previously told you. So I encourage you to let their words and lessons inform and inspire you.  Read More

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