Life naturally selects the lessons for us that we are here to learn.
Divorce is not only the end of a marriage but often means the loss of dreams that have been shared. Sometimes couples choose to come together one last time to celebrate what they have shared before moving on to the next phase of their lives. This can be healing not only for themselves, putting any antagonism to rest, as well as for children and parents who also grieve the loss of the union.
Funerals and Memorials
Celebrant conducted funerals focus on the celebration of the life of the deceased. The celebrant will develop a eulogy with the family that reflects the personality of the deceased and will provide advice on readings and poems as well as appropriate rituals.
However, it is not always possible for family and friends to attend a funeral service. When this happens, a memorial ceremony can ensure the same closure we all need when we suffer loss. This can be conducted at home, in a garden or by the sea. It may also coincide with a scattering of the ashes.
The loss of a faithful pet can be every bit as painful as the loss of a friend. A memorial ceremony can help the grieving process and in many ways allows owners to show their respect for the contribution the beloved pet has made to their lives. It can be particularly important for small children for whom this is often their first experience of loss and grief.
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