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Rites at the end of life

Rites at the end of life

Increasingly people are designing their own funeral ceremonies, choosing methods of burial and ways of saying good bye to loved ones. From Funeral Rights in the UK:

Funeral Rights explores the increasing popularity for alternative funerals. The film presents the rising demand to turn away from traditional and conventional ceremonies, why many now are seeking the chance to take control of their own funeral ceremony and their final goodbye and exactly what alternative choices are available.

h/t to Gary Paul Gilbert

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Gary Paul Gilbert

If you click on “Funeral Rights” within the text and then click on youtube you will get all the videos to play in order automatically.

Another approach is to go to

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL99C5436D8E154FBF

or

http://tinyurl.com/cwh2mtf

Alas, if you click on the image for the video you will only get one video and then have to figure out which is the next one to play!

Gary Paul Gilbert

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