Tag: Death

What does your workspace say about you?

[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] The average American worker spends between 6 hours, 54 minutes and 8 hours, 16 minutes at work. One study in 2012, from UK researched showed that the average person spends about 5 hours, 41 minutes sitting at his or her desk. No matter which data you trust or want to compare the fact […]

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Can a dream tells us the Future?

Can a dream tells us the Future?

 

Undoubtedly much has been written regarding dreams and their meanings or purpose.

Mankind has been fascinated with our dreams since the first dreamer awoke and have been wondering about what their visions meant.

Since ancient times we have looked to our dreams to find the signs of what our future holds.  The first written dreams that the human kind is aware of were in 4000 BC, whereas the earliest writings we have on dreams are primarily texts on their religious and spiritual significance.
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Funeral Director: Are you the right person for the job?

Funeral Director: Are you the right person for the job?
There aren’t many people that wake up one day deciding that they want to be a funeral director. Let’s be honest, it’s a pretty macabre job and one that puts a lot of pressure on you emotionally. Most people get into it because they are born into the family business – that way they are used to everything that is involved from a very early age.

If you think you can handle yourself emotionally, then it can be a very satisfying job. You are, after all, providing a service to mourners that are heavily reliant on you. If you can help take some of the pressure off them at what is a very upsetting time, then you are doing some good. If you can take a pragmatic approach to death and you seriously believe you can handle some pretty grim tasks, then it’s time to find out more about what a funeral director’s responsibilities are:
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