It’s very sad to hear that during this crisis times of the earth we all got stuck in a health crisis taking away the focus of things on which we could have such a big impact. Last Tuesday the Green Cowboy S. David Freeman passed away because of a heart attack. He was 94 years… Continue reading Green Energy Hero
Respectance fully understands that consumer behaviour changes towards death, grief and expressing emotions, and is offering the new way consumers want to interact and engage with death, dealing with a loss, and share that with the people around. Why should you use Respectance? Losing a loved one is hard. To help you and let you hold… Continue reading Everyone has memories to share, keep them alive forever.
To help and support you in difficult and emotional times, we give you all the information needed about what will happen to your Facebook account if you pass away. Memorialized account or deleting your account You can tell Facebook in advance whether you’d like to have your account memorialized or permanently deleted from Facebook. Memorialized accounts… Continue reading What will happen to your Facebook account if you pass away?
Click here to go to Respectance Respectance’s new platform has officially been launched. To celebrate this, Respectance offers one free year of sponsorship to all existing tributes and two months of free sponsorship to all new tributes. Let’s have a look at Respectance’s new and improved functionalities. Always and everywhere Respectance Last year our users… Continue reading Respectance #RIP
“Hello my name is Brenda Schmitz. When you are in receipt of this letter i will have already lost my battle to ovarian cancer.” These are the words Brenda started her letter to her husband, 4 children and her husband’s new wife with. Brenda’s final wish before she died was to mail a very special letter to a local radio station… Continue reading Brenda Schmitz, a real guardian Angel.
Death by numbers First subject on the infographic is the overall death facts of 2013. For example, did you know that last year 56.608.240 people have died, including 5.003.573 because of smoking? Some very shocking facts you’ll never think about until you’re confronted. Besides that, there’s a list of the most discussed deaths in 2013.… Continue reading #RIP 2013
During his press conference following the Boston Marathon bombings, President Obama denounced the perpetrators as “evil” and “cowardly,” contrasting their behavior with the heroic first responders who rushed to aid the injured: “What the world saw yesterday in the immediate aftermath of the explosions were stories of heroism and kindness and generosity and love.” He… Continue reading We are the heroes, they are the cowards
Optimism can be healthy. But assuming the worst is over also means you won’t be prepared. In 2006, a tornado struck the town of Parkersburg, Iowa. The devastation wreaked by the category F2 twister was sizable: The 150 mph winds left a path of destruction four and a half miles long and a third of a mile across.… Continue reading A Case for Pessimism