Because of statements on the IFDA Preneed Trust, funeral cost, lower cost funeral, low cost funerals as well as funeral expenses I have received painful, sarcastic coments from my fellow funeral directors However, sarcasm paves the way for change. Sarcastic songs from the sixties paved the way to your low cost funeral. Sarcastic funeral songs and more paved the way for your lower cost funeral and funeral cost reduction.
In 1969, Blood, Sweat & Tears turned Laura Nyro’s “And When I Die”
into a Top 10 hit. It climbed to No. 2 on the charts.
Like many songs of the sixties this was a sarcastic song that sowed the seeds of change.
The result cremation and the lower cost funeral.
Sarcasm always sows the seeds of change and very often leads to broad prosperity and a better future.
In the case of the American Revolution, “the Boston Tea Party”(sarcastic party)
led to the shared responsibility of the American Revolution.
“I’m not scared of dying, and I don’t really care. If it’s peace you find in dying,
well then let the time be near.
If it’s peace you find in dying, when dying time is here,
just bundle up my coffin ’cause it’s cold way down there. …”
The song is also anti religion, popular at the height of the Jesus Movement.
Americans are discovering more than ever that the main alternative to a coffin and
traditional burial is the lower cost funeral and cremation.
The rest of the world knew this long ago. FYI in Japan cremation is mandatory,
so is the low cost funeral,essentially.
THIS IS WHY WHEN SOMEONE DIRECTS SARCASM TOWARD ME OR MY
CAUSE., I IGNORE IT,
IT CAN BRING ABOUT EFFECTIVE CHANGE.
Historically sarcasm brings about a better future broad prosperity and personal freedom. Sarcastic songs rom the 1960′s did a great job.
send me an invitation to your party of wit and sarcasm
lower cost funeral