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Poster: King_of_Glass
S - What is your personal burial preference? By that I mean what is to be done with your remains? You and I are very much in the same situation. No spouse and no children. I told my siblings (2 brothers and 2 sisters) that my preference is to be buried in a cemetery, but it truly doesn't matter to me. My eldest of the two brothers (who will most likely be the one in charge) said if it doesn't really matter than I will be cremated. I am fine by that. After all as you indicated, remains aren't needed by God for the resurrection of the body. My hope, however, is that the rapture of believers will be occurring soon so it's a moot discussion. I viewed a video on YouTube that showed a military serviceman's grave being disinterred to check to see if it was actually his remains buried in the grave marked as his. It was being done because of other cases where the wrong remains were being buried in the Arlington National Cemetery especially those of servicemen of recent years. It was sad. When they lifted the casket out of the grave, the lid bent and a large amount of water came pouring out of one end of it. It was especially sad because it was being done in the presence of family members who had to witness the damage to the casket and the water pouring out. You could hear their tearful reaction. It is said that it's not that uncommon for a casket to accumulate water especially in parts of the country that get a lot of moisture. Even with a burial vault it occurs.

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