departed loved ones

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  • Do the departed loved ones know anything about it? Cited from The Great Doctrines of the Bible, by W. Evans
  • Members of the congregation gave the other windows in memory of departed loved ones.
  • Japanese lanterns were first used in cultural festivals held in honor of departed loved ones.
  • Besides being a release from misery, some saw death as a way to reunion with departed loved ones.
  • You remember how they came to Hiawatha -- the ghosts of the departed loved ones. Cited from Second Thoughts of An Idle Fellow, by Jerome
  • This is their practice of honoring and remembering departed loved ones.
  • The names of the departed loved ones are inscribed on the lanterns.
  • We mourn for departed loved ones, but what would be our grief and despair if death were annihilation -- if we knew that we should never meet them again in all eternity? Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863, by Various
  • The church sold indulgences to release the donors' departed loved ones from suffering in purgatory, or the donors themselves.
  • The cemetery is restful and well cared for, and remains an active place of burial for departed loved ones of the Thorp community.
  • It's the only private memorial park operator in Johor that provides a dedicated burial area for Catholics and Christians to house their departed loved ones.
  • Situated on top of a hill, set in a tranquil environment, Sanctuary Memorial Park provides a serene final resting place for one's departed loved ones.
  • People bring offerings of flowers, photos, mementos, and food for their departed loved ones, which they place at an elaborately and colorfully decorated altar.
  • Moreover, despite its association with the genocide, the madagh may be used as part of other requiem services (Hokehankisd), including victims of other massacres or departed loved ones.
  • Ofrendas (altars) are set up, with calaveras (sugar skulls), photographs of departed loved ones, marigold flowers, candles, and more.
  • Many a tear glistens on the wreaths, and the passing traveller notices many a one whose trembling lips and swollen eyelids indicate that the soul is immersed in recollections of departed loved ones. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 9, No. 55, May, 1862, by Various
  • Because the celebration of any memorial service for the departed is forbidden from Holy Thursday through Thomas Sunday, a popular tradition has arisen of visiting the graves of departed loved ones and chanting memorial servcies on the first day this is permitted.
  • Lyrically, the song features a dialogue in between Carey and her deceased father throughout the verses, and a universal salute to departed loved ones on the chorus, where she sings "This is for everybody, just lift your hands to the sky, cause we won't ever say bye bye".
  • Another form of sacrifice involves the burning of Joss paper, or Hell Bank Notes, on the assumption that images thus consumed by the fire will reappear -- not as a mere image, but as the actual item -- in the spirit world, making them available for revered ancestors and departed loved ones.
  • Two Paiute prophets, Wodziwob and Wovoka, introduced the Ghost Dance in a ceremony to commune with departed loved ones and bring renewal of buffalo herds and precontact lifeways.
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