Aug 28 2007
Technology has made a lot of things possible for us. We do things faster than we ever did before. We have been able to cure illnesses, reach other planets, and create things that we never thought possible. Why can’t it be the same for our spiritual needs? I remember when Princess Diana died, Buckingham Palace set up a website where people who cannot be in England to lay flowers over her grave site, send notes of sympathy and write about their memories of Princess Diana. I believed that the notes were placed on a capsule to be entombed as a memorial to her.
Now there is a site where you could immortalize a memorial for a loved one. Registry of Life is a website created exactly for that purpose. You can leave a legacy of your loved one, interact and share with the people who remember them and want to keep that memory alive. You can customize the design of the memorial depending on what interests your deceased loved one enjoyed while they were alive. It could be a way for us to share our grief with one another and remember the times we shared with our loved one who had passed.
I was in shock and grief-stricken when Princess Diana died. I was living on the West Coast at the time and remembering the moment when I first saw the news on TV. I couldn’t even imagine. The only way I could share my grief was through the website they setup and it was definitely helpful in many ways for me to grieve.
Registry of Life will be the vehicle that most of us could share most specially nowadays when relatives and friends are transplanted all over the globe. It is a medium for all of us to share our loss with each other. What’s more, you can create it for free. It doesn’t cost anything to register your loved one. Time heals all wounds they say but with it comes sharing, and grieving. Share you love for your loved ones who has passed through the Registry of Life. It will be a step closer to full healing.
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