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The end of the line

Immortality is the quest of everyone but it remains to be just a word. The end is inevitable of all of us. That may be the rationale for the Coffin Club where their members in 50 countries are looking ahead. They purchase their own coffin and even do the design. The club is mostly composed of aged people who have accepted the fact that the end is near.

Presently there are 2 choices. One is the traditional burial and the other is the new fashion of cremation. The latter proves to be practical with lesser hassle than the burial. Cremation doesn’t need the costly coffin and the expensive burial plot. The urn of the ashes is stored in a small vault in a columbarium or if there is no budget, the urn can be kept at home. That simple.

  • Do you bury your dead?

    • Yes
    • No


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Written by Alex Socorro

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  1. In the United States we can do either (burial or cremation). I am going to be cremated and my remains are to be put in an urn hopefully in the shape of a dog for the reason I have always liked dogs. I am hoping to place the urn near my parents and brother’s graves.

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