From Grieving to Remembrance
The Remembrance Process℠ captures the importance of the human need to be remembered. It is a step-by-step process from before death through the final farewell that uses time-tested ways to help families move from grief to remembrance. View the video at the right for an overview of The Remembrance Process℠ and how it can help you and your family. Click the video thumbnail to play video.
For families who select cremation as a final disposition choice, the opportunity to capture their loved one’s personality in both a casket and an urn is present. For many families, urns can become one of their most emotional, inspiring and treasured works of art and every family member can share in this revelation. Urns are artistically created in a wide choice of materials, shapes, colors and designs from the finest quality sculptural bronze to hand-crafted world-class hardwood to exotic semi-precious marble to exceptionally beautiful enameled eastern cloisonné -to name just a few of the many material choices available. Most urns can also be personalized with loved ones names, dates, favorite quotes, as well as significant symbols or custom photographic designs.
One of the most inspiring remembrances available among family members when cremation is selected can be the shared cremated remains of their cherished loved one in an extraordinary variety of urn keepsakes and jewelry. Every family member can receive a forever remembrance reminder of their loved one which can be as close to them every day as their own heart or as special as the most sacred place in their home. From diamond setting historic family heirlooms to exceptionally affordable sterling silver heart lockets to let’s place it here stunning artistic shapes, the choices available can provide family members an ongoing source of remembrance, inspiration, joy, closeness, and love. The healing and joyful benefits of this cannot be overstated.
A work of art could be described as something which touches one’s mind, body, and soul. In the history of human civilization certain works of art have achieved this claim. The Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, the statue of Michelangelo in the Vatican, the painting of the Mona Lisa, and most importantly, the remembrance of the heart, spirit, love and soul of your departed loved one. This is a treasure which only you and your family can truly know and honor. If the reflection of this feeling can be captured in an inspiring urn along with family keepsakes and jewelry then the essence of what the purpose of an urn is has been identified, realized, and embraced.
Why do people carve their initials in trees? Or place their hands in cement? They want to leave their mark, and to be remembered. But the real marks they leave are the ones they've made on us. A hug. A smile. A kind word. We want to remember them. This touching video helps families see how remembering can help them deal with loss.
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“A smile of encouragement at the right moment may act like sunlight on a closed-up flower; it may be the turning point for a struggling life.” -Unknown “Cry out for insight and understanding. Search for them as you would for lost money or hidden treasure.” -Proverbs 2:3-4
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