First time I see the full length of this shot. They are beyond adorable!
New data from polling firm Gallup shows that out of all the religious groups in the U.S., Muslims are most likely to reject violence, followed by the non-religious atheists and agnostics.
Through interviews with 2,482 Americans, Gallup found that 78 percent of Muslims believe violence which kills…
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‘Ecofunerals’ on the rise in the USA “green” burial is one where the deceased is buried without toxic embalming, an outer burial container, concrete liner or metal vault, in a 100 per cent biodegradable container.
I have always found the idea of being pumped full of chemicals after I die repugnant and disturbing. If I’m dead, why would I want to attempt to ‘preserve’ my body. Such preservation only works for so long anyway, though admittedly embalming fluids also serve as a disinfectant. I don’t know if I will end up going the eco-burial route, though I am certainly open to it. I am just positive that I don’t want a traditional burial.
My shift to atheism has not really had any effect on the way in which I want my body ‘disposed’ of after I die. Has anyone else had a different experience in that regard?