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Celebrate Life Instead of Grieving: Anger

Talking about death and dying can make people feel quite uneasy. In this blog series, we have been discussing turning your grief into celebration. In our last blog, we talked about the first stage of the grieving process-denial. We went over ways to cope with your denial and how you can turn your denial into something positive and life-altering.

We, at My Last Soundtrack, want to make sure you view the concept of death in a positive light. We want

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A Rabbi’s Enduring Sermon on Living Your Last Five Minutes

“Thirty years ago, amid the somber prayers of Judaism’s holiest day, Rabbi Kenneth Berger rose to deliver the Yom Kippur sermon. He spoke to his congregants about a tragedy many of them, including his daughter, had witnessed eight months earlier in the Florida sky: the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.

Rabbi Berger focused on one particular detail

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What I Want You to Know As Your Funeral Director

Heather Hill (Favorite Spoon)

“I want you to know that the idea of your typical funeral director is about to be changed, drastically.

I see you pull into the parking lot and sit there, looking at the door. I’ve never seen anyone hop out of their car and walk into the building without pause. And why should you? You’re about to face probably the most difficult meeting you’ve ever had to face. This meeting makes it “real”. You’ll have

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Celebrate Life Instead Of Grieving With These Tips

Learning that you or a loved one is going to pass away soon is never an easy pill to swallow. You have moments that are unexplainable, yet happen in a sequence. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. These are described as the five stages of grief. It is something that everyone, naturally, progresses through, each stage hard as it might be is leading to the resolution you need.

My Last Soundtrack wants you to know that death

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