Growing up, I was taught all there is to know about Christianity, but my family didn't put a lot of emphasis in trying to get to know the religions of other people from around the world. As a result, I had a lot of questions once I became an adult and started to do some traveling. I found myself visiting different churches and places of worship to get answers, and most of what I learned was simply fascinating. Today, I enjoy helping others understand the differences and similarities between various religions because I feel that it brings us closer together as humans. So I started this blog to provide insight and information about some of the most notorious religions of all time. I hope you enjoy what you find here!
As you are planning for the end of your life, one of the questions you may be asking yourself is how you would like to be memorialized at your grave site. When you are thinking about your headstone, you should ask a few questions to come to the answer that is right for you:
What kind of headstone do you want?
There are a lot of different options of headstones, but not all cemeteries have the same headstone policies. Make sure you check what they are where you'll be buried before you get your heart set on a specific kind of headstone. While you could go with a standard headstone, consider doing something unique.
What do you want your headstone to say?
As future generations visit your burial place, many will stop and see what you have written on your headstone. As a result, it is one of the most lasting ways that you can leave a legacy. There are a few directions that you can go with your headstone engravings:
As you consider what you want your headstone to look like and say, make sure that it ultimately reflects who you are and conveys that to the world.