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In mid-September of this year my father passed away after a several year decline with dementia. With the help and support of family and friends we were able to give him a very special burial—in that we buried him ourselves: opening the earth, setting him in it, and mounding the earth back. The experience was extraordinary, and one I found to be a gift. It was the catalyst for these reflections. – Continue reading at:

http://www.frontporchrepublic.com/2013/10/touching-death-mourning-physically-through-burial/

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