By and large, for as long as there is life and you belong to a family of some loved ones, the loss of a loved one is one reality that you will at one point in time have to experience. Thus, in as much as it is a topic that none of us wants to face, it is a discussion that we have to face and this is the question of the best final rites for a loved one in case of their demise, cremation or burial?
Where it so happens to be that the departed loved one had a will indicating which form of final send-off they would wish to have, then this makes it a lot easier for you to make that final decision as a family. This is looking at the fact that at the end of the day, the one thing that will be given preeminence is what the will states and the wishes of the departed loved one will have to be respected to the time of sending them off. It is looking at such facts that we see the importance of having a will written or made while still alive so as to ensure that your wishes, even the final wishes, are followed to the latter. We would recommend that you consider creating a will of your own if you haven’t as in the event that you finally pass, this is certainly going to prove such an invaluable tool.
We will be taking a look at some of the pros of cremation and why it would be such an ideal one to consider even as you look at the two alternatives, cremation and burial. Generally speaking, the idea of cremation actually sounds cruel to many and doesn’t sound good for many but in actual sense, there are a number of perks that follow choosing to be cremated. Read on and see some of these as we have mentioned below.
The cost factor is actually one of the major benefits that makes cremation an alternative that would make a good one for anyone out there. Generally speaking, cremation will cost far less that what would be incurred in a burial ceremony for a deceased loved one. It is looking at this that we see cremation making for such a sure alternative for such families that may not be having the financial arm to have their loved ones sent off in a burial procession.
Post the cremation at the crematorium, the ashes will be stored in an urn and these can be taken home for use as per the wishes of the deceased.
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