The definition of a funeral has changed over the years. Once upon a time funerals were very much a religious ceremony and for many people they still are. However, these days a funeral does not necessarily have to be religious or held in a chapel. There is also a growing body of evidence showing that funerals are an important tool for helping people cope with the grief of losing someone.
Funerals are important no matter your cultural or religious background. They provide closure and a time for family to come together to remember a loved one.
When it comes to planning a funeral, there are no hard and fast rules around what can or can’t be done.
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