numerous occasions when, as a family or
a group of friends we
honour mature loved ones.
celebration has ceremonial aspects. We
make toasts, we
Birthday, we serve
a special cake, we invited the person
celebrating the birthday to make
a wish and blow out candles.
- To mark retirementt
- To mark significant birthdays
- To mark the anniversary of a notable
- To celebrate the life of an older
their presence (sometimes called a Living
Funeral or Liferal)
working lives, multiple "careers" and
employers, we can no longer rely on the
employer to celebrate an
individual's retirement from paid work
with a ceremonial presentation
of a gold watch.
privately mark the anniversary of a
notable date. Very often
these commemorate survival (for example,
reaching the 10th anniversary
of a cancer diagnosis).
loved one dies, we celebrate the life of
that person with a
funeral ceremony, often regretting not
having told him or her how much
she influenced others.
prepared ceremony, given as a gift, or
oneself, can add immensely to the
be purpose-written for you and
based on information you provide through
completing a Ceremony Workbook.
provided with a beautifully presented
keepsake copy of the ceremony suitable
for reading from on the
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