Dating rituals in different cultures
Some religions give collections of individuals power over life. A gathering of family members and close friends at the home of the deceased to pray and to offer support.
Some religions give spirits more power over life than the living. A wake is held at the home of the deceased every night from the time of the death to the time of the burial.
Close family members mourn by dressing in black or white.
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