The world is developing at an interesting rate and the dynamism that comes along with it is sometimes astonishing, because the courage people have today was in the days of our forefathers, a blasphemy.To steal a coffin is shocking.
The sight of a coffin can sometimes shake the root of a man’s conscience simply because it kind of signifies death.
In the olden days, here in Ghana, a coffin is not displayed for sale as it is being done today. A coffin is built only when someone dies.
In Ghana, a dead person’s coffin can be used to determine the wealth or strength of his or her family because it is believed that coffins symbolize the last respect being given to the dead. An expensive coffin, outrightly tells people the financial status of the dead’s family, so is a low-cost coffin.
However, many religions still argue that the cost of a coffin has nothing to do with the onward spiritual journey ahead of the dead…and that the deeds of the dead, while he or she lived among men, is the only chariots that can fly the soul to promising eternal bliss hereafter.
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watch the full video below on how the coffin shop was broken into at Mamponteng in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
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