Being a Pallbearer

Pallbearers are those people chosen to carry a casket or coffin at the funeral service. It is customary for six or eight people – traditionally men, albeit this stereotype is changing – to be selected for this role. Those chosen will usually hold the strongest relations to the deceased, although sometimes professional pallbearers are engaged …

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Sikh Funerals

Sikh Funerals, which are called Antam Sanskaar, differ from many funerals in other parts of the world in that they are somewhat less sombre compared with other funerals. That is because Sikhs, who originally emerged from the Punjab region of India bordering Pakistan, believe that the soul continues to shift, even after death where it …

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Buddhist Funerals

With Australia home to a large multicultural society, Buddhism has become a fast-growing religion practiced in many suburbs across the country. Although there are various forms of Buddhism, the general trait involves the belief that death is a part of the reincarnation process. This reincarnation process, referred to as saṃsāra, relies heavily on the notion …

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Hindu Funerals

With its Indian roots, Hinduism is the third largest religion in the world. Followers of Hinduism believe that death is merely a physical construct and that the soul is reincarnated into another being. The principle of karma concerns the belief that actions during one’s physical life will shape the destiny of their soul’s reincarnation. As …

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Coping with Grief

The passing of a loved one is always a difficult situation, even if the death was an expected occurrence. Everyone copes with this unfortunate aspect of life in different ways, and grief is one such reaction. Grief should not be mistaken for an illness, rather a rational emotional response that takes place as we try …

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Managing an Estate

As we’ve detailed previously, every adult, particularly those in their older years, should write a comprehensive will to detail their wishes with respect to their estate. As part of the will, an executor will typically be nominated by name, however they have the option to renounce this role should they choose to, or may be …

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