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Published on November 06, 2021

Death is a part of life. But, to tell you the truth, it's always difficult to accept when a beloved family member or friend passes away, especially when it's too soon.

Coping with death isn't an easy venture, but sometimes, letting go is the only way to set you free. This is why doing the little things for your loved ones is the best way to cope with death, and one of those ways is scattering ashes in the most memorable places.

Here is a list of places you can scatter your loved ones ashes and why you should consider them to honor their lives:
 

A place they used to hang out the most

It's sad to think at first, but when visiting an outdoor spot anywhere in the world that reminds you so much of your deceased loved one is a great place to spread their ashes. Not only will it be meaningful since it's where they usually hang out, but it gives significance to the area that wasn't there before.

Just ensure that this spot is open to everyone and it isn't somebody else's property. If the latter persists, you can ask the owners of the lot kindly if they can allow you to spread the ashes there.
 

A place where something significant happened to them

There's always a place in your life that is just unique because of a significant thing that happened there. Maybe it's a place where you first met with this person or where you used to go with your lost friend or family; it's a grand gesture to put them to rest in one of the most memorable places where something significant happened in their lives.
 

The sea

The famous place where you can spread your loved ones' ashes is the sea. Not only is it memorable and meaningful since the ashes will be spread out around the world, but it's also efficient since the drift will wash them away easily without making too much of a fuss.

It's a sentimental place to spread someone's ashes, and friends and family can recall the beautiful times they had with this person through a relaxing day on the beach where the sunset can be seen from a mile away, making the whole endeavor much more meaningful.
 

A place near home

What better place to put the ashes of your loved one than the place they've spent the most time at. Home is where the heart is, and it still applies after death. So if you get a slight feeling of missing your loved ones, then you should heavily consider putting them within the confines of your home to put them as close to you as possible. It's significantly more meaningful if they had bought the house themselves. That adds much more weight and value to the endeavor of spreading their ashes near the house.
 

Their favorite vacation spots

If you've watched the movie "The Bucket List", then you should know that Jack Nicholson's character, after death, was placed at the top of Mount Everest. You can do a similar thing with your loved ones' ashes.

The next time you visit that place, you can feel the slight presence of their ambience, and it sure will move you as you enter the place. As always, check with authorities first before you do it, but if you get approved, you sure will appreciate the landscapes more on your next go around.
 

Conclusion

While death is a natural part of life, it's still difficult and gut-wrenching to accept sometimes, especially when the person you lost was extremely close to you. The only thing left to do now is honor their life by putting them in place that meant to them when they were alive. These are the most beautiful and meaningful places to scatter their ashes, and it adds so much more significance to the location.

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