The Five Love Language
According to author Gary Chapman,
there are five different ways to
express and experience love.
Showers of Love offers you the
opportunity to say farewell to your
loved one using these five languages.
A Final Act of Service
To Shower Our Departed With Love.
A Final Word Of Thanksgiving,
To Express Our Grief & Gratitude.
A Final window of quality time
To remember beautiful memories.
Showers Of Love (留心语) was created to allow family members to perform a final act of service for their dearly departed.
Incorporating western philosophies with eastern cultural practices, we have chosen the art of origami, specifically the paper crane to help families express themselves in times of grief.
The orizuru (折鹤 ori - folded, tsuru - crane), or paper crane, is a design that is considered to be the most classic of all Japanese origami It is believed that cranes are harbingers of eternal rest and they guide souls towards the Light.
The souls of the dearly departed were believed to be carried up to paradise on the wings of the crane.