- Undertaker is a job which I think is very emotional.
A job where emotions can easily get through.
To clear this job I guess you who has this work must be a very strong person in the mind but also the soul.
For a person like you who carry out this work, the feelings must mean everything.
In this work you are doing, you must be able to see death, but also meet the gaze of those who then knew the dead person.
Those people who knew the dead person are usually those who are the saddest, and that will you see every time you get a new dead body to take care of and fixes to the funeral, where grieving they will see your work.
- One of the questions I came up with while I wrote this speech was why anyone would want to do such a job where you bury and fixes the dead bodies.
It is a very different but interesting choice of work to have in their lives.
But I guess the grieving appreciate what you do for the dead.
Another question that came up in my mind was how you knew you would do just that kind of job.
You could have chosen another of so many other jobs, but it was just that job you wanted.
- A sign which came in my mind was FIRE.
In a big way, you are the one who puts out the fire in people's lives.
You give them a good end of life which I then sees like fire.
Fire is the life.
First, there will be a small flame that reflects birth.
The fire gets bigger and bigger the more you grow and get older.
But when you get so old so that you are close to death, the fire gets smaller and smaller.
When someone is dead, the body comes to you with that small flame that is about to disappear.
You give the flame a little more light to handle the funeral.
When the funeral is over the flame disappears.
The flame can also be seen as the soul of the body.
This speech is a tribute to those who work as a funeral director/Undertaker