Have you made any plans for what will happen to your body when you die?
Do you think you will be cremated, buried or will you give your body to science for research.
I would like my body donated to medical science because I will have no further use for it and have discussed this with my family, who have no objections. Once you die, you no longer "own" your body, it belongs to your next of kin and they can dispose of it as they wish (within the law). I have not, however, gone as far as contacting an organisation that might want it, probably because I don't intend to die just yet - but who knows? LOL
If nowhere wants it, then I would quite like a "green" burial with a cardboard coffin. I believe this is the most ecologically sound method.
by Juliette Kando FI Chor5 years ago
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by Liz Elias3 years ago
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by roxygurl4645 years ago
When you die, would you rather be buried or cremated?
by ChristineVianello5 years ago
What exactly happens to animals when they die?My snake died, and I would like to believe he is in heaven.
by Hokey7 years ago
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by mintinfo4 years ago
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