My grandmother-in-law has just passed away, and we went back to our hometown and attended the funeral. As she was a Buddhist, so the funeral followed the Buddhism ceremony. There were monks chanting for three nights, and we followed the chanting as well. She was already 90 years old and some arrangements have already been made when she was still well.
I hope everyone will feel better soon, especially my grandfather-in-law who is already 95 years old.
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Have you attended a Buddhism funeral ceremony before?
Sorry to hear that, may she RIP.
Funeral is one occasion that really makes me sad even if the deceased is not related to me.
Sorry for your loss. Never attended a Buddhist funeral.
No , I would be Interested in knowing Buddhist culture funeral.
I have never attended a Buddhism funeral ceremony. Deepest sympathies.
Thanks. This was actually the first time I attended a Buddhism funeral ceremony. It’s slightly different from the other Chinese traditional funerals I attended.
We all have to go one day but we still miss our loved ones when they are no more. That must be difficult for your grand father in law
i am so sorry. I know words don’t solve but I send you energy and strength.