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Día de los Muertos: 4 Lessons on Life and Death

Día de los Muertos (English translation: Day of the Dead) is a joyful, colorful holiday to remember those who have passed before us, celebrated October 31st through November 2nd every year. Initially, the holiday began several thousand years ago as a reaffirmation of indigenous life, but now Mexicans from all religious and ethnic backgrounds take …

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Veterans Funeral and Burial Benefits

There are many rules, eligibility, and even some complex vocabulary regarding how the Veterans Administration handle veterans funeral and burial benefits for their members. The following answers common questions before and during the course of planning funeral services for your loved one. Of course, if you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out and …

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Tips on Coping with Loss: Advice from ‘Death Experts’

Losing a loved one is an overwhelming experience. This tragic event unfortunately affects all of us at one time or another, but some people have more exposure to grief and loss due to the nature of their work. Hospice caregivers, healthcare professionals, and funeral directors often get “on the job” training on how to deal …

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A Purpose

Every person is meant to have a purpose. A purpose is unique to each individual’s life experience. A purpose can be found in a career, while others find it in a specific moment that altered another’s life.   No matter big or small, there is a purpose to each and everyone’s life—but often the tales …

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