Death | Funeral | Progress

Several years ago, a Lexington Avenue building in New York City was being remodeled. As the work neared completion, a big sign was placed out front. It read: “Keeping pace with the progress of the community … a new funeral chapel.” Whoever wrote that ad spoke the truth in more ways than one. Many renovations were taking place in the area and, in this regard, a spanking new funeral chapel was keeping pace with such progress. The larger truth was that the new funeral home symbolized the progress of everyone in the community toward being the central figure in that place (or in one just like it) for a day or two!

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