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The Guidelines are NOT rules, they are Guidelines and anyone can go outside of those guidelines if they choose to be kind enough to transfer memorials to family members of the dearly departed. |
It is called kindness, consideration and compassion.
For many it's all about the number of Memorials they can collect. For others like myself, it's about FAMILY! How sad and selfish that numbers mean more than family.
I am not a Memorial hoarder. I honestly don't have the time or energy with my illness to take care of thousands of Memorials.
I only have Memorials for family and (VERY CLOSE FRIENDS that meant a lot to me.)
I personally feel a persons Memorial should be given to a living family member if it's held by a non family member.... that's just how I feel about it.
I'm VERY grateful for those people (you know who you all are) who transferred to me when they didn't have to, out of the goodness of their hearts. Most of the time I didn't even request a transfer. It means a lot to me and sometimes it was not according to the guidelines....but they did it anyway. God Bless em!
That's what it's all about, it's called compassion and kindness.
How do we change the world?
One random act of kindness at a time.
One day you'll just be a memory to others.
Do your best to be a good one.
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