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The crematorium at Hofu, Shunmyo Masuno, has created a contemplative spiritual garden seen by mourners after cremation, he created a metaphor for acceptance of mortality by symbolizing the 49-day process of becoming Buddha after death. The large main garden at the entrance symbolizes aspects of the departure from this life. The inorganic area at the back represents the afterlife with its far mountain

In the crematorium at Hofu, Japan, Shunmyo Masuno created a spiritual garden. Seen immediately after cremation, are arcs of cut stone around the black overflow basin that culminate in a granite boulder that seems to climb out of the water, symbolising eternal life

Many have died; you also will die. The drum of death is being beaten. The world has fallen in love with a dream. Only sayings of the wise will remain. Kabir

I really like what they did to bring it all together. The chalk (?) on the walkway and the color in the bed along side it etc...nice.

Many have died; you also will die. The drum of death is being beaten. The world has fallen in love with a dream. Only sayings of the wise will remain. ― Kabir