Of course, no one can expect that in the near future he will face the loss of a close, dear person, nevertheless, any person is (so far) mortal.
It is difficult to organize on the right and reasonable actions when the one who was dear to the heart left this world, because the soul hurts and cries, and the loss is irreparable. No one has the desire, and the strength, too, to come to terms with the fact that there will be no more of this person in his life, that the same dawn will not shine for two. But this does not negate the importance of the fact that the deceased should be carried out subject to all, without exception, the rules that are prescribed by rites and traditions. Continue reading