Compassion at the Cemetery — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays June 30, 2020

Many BillionGraves volunteers show compassion at the cemetery by their acts of service, whether they are taking photos, helping to tend graves, or looking out for those who may be grieving. This blog post shares the experiences of three special volunteers who inspire others with… The post Compassion at the Cemetery appeared first on BillionGraves…

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One of my personal rules is not to interfere with someone grieving when I take photographs; in those cases, I will either go to a different section of the cemetery, or if it’s a small cemetery, then I will wait or come back later. If it looks like they need help locating a grave, most of the cemeteries I visit have online maps although many don’t have cemetery offices. I have a a list of the various locations at most of the cemeteries if they know the plot or section number, I can direct them to it. If I or another person have taken a photo with the BillionGraves app, I can pull up the location using GPS on my phone.

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