The Last Stop

The beginning is a intimate subject, or rather the whole article is intimate.  The subject matter is in fact one many would prefer to avoid, no one likes a funeral home or the significance behind them.

As I progress through it I became morbidly absorbed in the art of the industry.  Such as the price, the coffin designs and the emotional closure of the service.

Tim, although confronting death on weekly basis was, perhaps not optimistic but gentle in the manner in which he spoke, and that is in a way comforting.  I mind it important that the next generation be educated that this profession is not something to belittle or be disgusted by, it should be respected by the closure.

This article is in my opinion clear in the regard that Death isn’t have to be considered ugly but a part of moving on.

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