Two words only, a subject and a verb (John 11:35). We like to think of Jesus as our tower of strength. He is our Rock, a strong arm to lift us and carry us in our weakest moments. The shortest verse in the King James Version doesn’t seem to portray a God of strength. In a man’s world where strength and toughness is most important, even if it is occasionally only an illusion, the idea of the greatest man the world has ever known weeping at the tomb of a friend brings great discomfort.
Most newspapers now charge for funeral announcements and obituaries. Unless you really want a written copy of it, then skip this step. All your family and friends will already know all the details anyway.
Little Lisa stood before the empirestatecaskets.com, crying over her older teenbrother. His end came, following an argument that had escalated to a fistfight, resulting in a fatal gunshot wound. On the way home from the burial site, she asked her father, “Why did he have to die so soon?” Her father, in tears, understanding the outcome, told her, “Sometimes people make bad choices, which can have bad consequences.” His father warned him many times about his wayward attitude, what it can lead up to.
In 1771, thirty years before the industrial revolution, Jeremy Betham invented the Panopticon. A Panopticon was to remove all privacy from prisoners by placing them behind a transparent wall encircling a guard tower.
Another fact to consider is the delivery time. The delivery time depends on whether you send them to the person’s home or the funeral home. It is rude to have your flowers sent on the day of the viewing. This can interrupt both the service and the period of mourning for the family. Proper funeral flower etiquette says your flowers should be delivered the day before to avoid this.
Inside piece – This smaller piece of flower can also be placed inside the casket and some examples include satin, pillows, crosses, nosegays and hinge sprays. The youngest family members are the ones who send inside pieces.