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Funeral Readings

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Currently there are more than 120 different funeral readings in this collection. The funeral readings featured are a varied and diverse mixture of religious and non-religious text.

Most of the funeral readings are suitable for all age groups but there are some that are specific to funeral readings for children. Some of them are also suitable for a child or young person to read during the funeral service of an adult.

Occasional Random Popular Funeral Readings

Treya, My Guardian Angel - Ken Wilber

Treya, my guardian angel, you were a star on earth and gave us all warmth and light, but every star must die to be born again, this time in the heavens above, dwelling with the eternal lightness of the soul.
I know you are dancing upon the clouds right now, and I'm lucky enough to feel your joy, feel your smile.
I look at the sky and I know you're shining, with your brilliant, radiant soul.
I love you Treya and I know I'll miss you here, but I'm so happy for you! You have shed your body and your pains, and are able to dance the dance of true life, and that is the life of the soul. I can dance with you in my dreams, and in my heart.
So, you are not dead, your soul still lives, lives on in a higher plane, and in your loved one's hearts.
You've taught me the most important lesson, what life and love is.
Love is complete and sincere respect for another being... It is the ecstasy of the true self...
Love extends beyond all planes and is limitless...After a million lives, and a million deaths it still lives...And it only dwells in the heart and soul..
Life is of the soul, and of nothing else...love and laughter ride with it, but so do pain and anguish..

In 1983, Wilber married Terry (Treya) Killam who was shortly thereafter diagnosed with breast cancer. From the fall of 1984 until 1987, Wilber gave up most of his writing to care for her. Treya died in January 1989; their joint experience was recorded in the 1991 book Grace and Grit.  (Source - Wikipedia)

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