Jane Grover has provided two articles from Alan D> Wolfelt; "Profound funeral and grief wisdom imparted by a 10 year old boy and a 102 year old woman" and "Transforming the power and purpose of cemeteries, part 2: More lessons from Down Under"
A few Twitter highlights from last week that may interest you- topics include an opinion about compromising between green and traditional burials in the UK, the difference between rich and poor burials in Nigeria, Atlas Obscure has images of headstones featuring grave robbers, the re-opening of Jawhar Baug Crematorium in India, and how a natural burial ground in the UK has become a home for new fauna and flora.
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