Humans have had a close association with the natural world to some degree…
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Kali, Hades, Anubis — all well-known figures of mythology that are associated with the process of death and the transition to the afterlife.
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Although the influence of European missionaries has altered the ancient customs of Hawaii, the practices of old ways still exists in some places today.
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Memento mori — translated from Latin means “remember your mortality.”
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When it comes to the idea of death in modern times, many people seem to fall into one of two schools of thought…
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It will be difficult to show that dogs and cats experience spiritual growth in the same way that humans do, especially if spirituality is defined as some kind of awareness of a higher power.
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