Cremation or Burial: A Jewish View, Rabbi Doron Kornbluth
Deciding what to do with our bodies and those of our loved ones is both personal and meaningful. In a sense, it is the last decision we ever make — and one that cannot be undone. Sadly, these decisions are often made in the midst of sudden crisis and grieving, with virtually no time to research or think through the issues. In this quick, easy-to-read, and informative book, readers will gain insight, knowledge, and understanding of this all-important issue.
The Ultimate Distortion of a Mitzvah, Mishpacha Magazine
During difficult financial times, many people believe cremation is a better, and more honorable, choice for a deceased relative. It is important for every Jewish person to reach out to relatives who may consider cremation to open the conversation.
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