There are people for whom death is a deterrent, which they would rather avoid. But death can also help to give meaning to life. When we are confronted with death in our lives, this can confront us with existential questions of life, such as, what is the meaning of existence? Do I live the way I am meant to be? Who am I?

 

Complicated, difficult questions that cannot be answered in one, two, three. Because of the experiences in my own life I have come so far that I can say that "nothing human is strange to me anymore". I have suffered losses, have grieved, have felt sorrow, anger, confusion and despair. Due to damage and disgrace I learned to let go. I no longer feel fear of death and now I dare to fully surrender to life.

Testimonials for Eleonora and the services offered:

 

“You have supported us from the first moment in making all those weird and awkward choices and decisions for which you are placed in the event of a death. You were always there for us when needed and at the same time sort of invisible. It couldn't have been better.

Edith”

 


“Dear Eleonora, thank you for everything and especially for the beautiful dressing of my Angel!

Tashira”

 

 

 “The warmth and respect that you radiated did us a great job. Especially the way you involved our children in the funeral is special. Helping to close the coffin, burning a candle, making a separate bouquet of flowers for grandma, nothing was difficult or too much for you. Thank you!

Joyce and Peter”

 

 

“Thanks Eleonora, for your help after the death of my mother. You arranged everything, but never before you knew exactly how we wanted it. You came up with good suggestions, never intrusive, but practical and firm. Thank you very much for your calm and sweet guidance.

Greetings from Lieke”

Testimonials for Eleonora and the services offered:

 

“You have supported us from the first moment in making all those weird and awkward choices and decisions for which you are placed in the event of a death. You were always there for us when needed and at the same time sort of invisible. It couldn't have been better.

Edith”

 


“Dear Eleonora, thank you for everything and especially for the beautiful dressing of my Angel!

Tashira”

 

 

 “The warmth and respect that you radiated did us a great job. Especially the way you involved our children in the funeral is special. Helping to close the coffin, burning a candle, making a separate bouquet of flowers for grandma, nothing was difficult or too much for you. Thank you!

Joyce and Peter”

 

 

“Thanks Eleonora, for your help after the death of my mother. You arranged everything, but never before you knew exactly how we wanted it. You came up with good suggestions, never intrusive, but practical and firm. Thank you very much for your calm and sweet guidance.

Greetings from Lieke”

Testimonials for Eleonora and the services offered:

 

“You have supported us from the first moment in making all those weird and awkward choices and decisions for which you are placed in the event of a death. You were always there for us when needed and at the same time sort of invisible. It couldn't have been better.

Edith”

 


“Dear Eleonora, thank you for everything and especially for the beautiful dressing of my Angel!

Tashira”

 

 

 “The warmth and respect that you radiated did us a great job. Especially the way you involved our children in the funeral is special. Helping to close the coffin, burning a candle, making a separate bouquet of flowers for grandma, nothing was difficult or too much for you. Thank you!

Joyce and Peter”

 

 

“Thanks Eleonora, for your help after the death of my mother. You arranged everything, but never before you knew exactly how we wanted it. You came up with good suggestions, never intrusive, but practical and firm. Thank you very much for your calm and sweet guidance.

Greetings from Lieke”

There are people for whom death is a deterrent, which they would rather avoid. But death can also help to give meaning to life. When we are confronted with death in our lives, this can confront us with existential questions of life, such as, what is the meaning of existence? Do I live the way I am meant to be? Who am I?

 

Complicated, difficult questions that cannot be answered in one, two, three. Because of the experiences in my own life I have come so far that I can say that "nothing human is strange to me anymore". I have suffered losses, have grieved, have felt sorrow, anger, confusion and despair. Due to damage and disgrace I learned to let go. I no longer feel fear of death and now I dare to fully surrender to life.

There are people for whom death is a deterrent, which they would rather avoid. But death can also help to give meaning to life. When we are confronted with death in our lives, this can confront us with existential questions of life, such as, what is the meaning of existence? Do I live the way I am meant to be? Who am I?

 

Complicated, difficult questions that cannot be answered in one, two, three. Because of the experiences in my own life I have come so far that I can say that "nothing human is strange to me anymore". I have suffered losses, have grieved, have felt sorrow, anger, confusion and despair. Due to damage and disgrace I learned to let go. I no longer feel fear of death and now I dare to fully surrender to life.

Testimonials for Eleonora

and the services offered:

 

“You have supported us from the first moment in making all those weird and awkward choices and decisions for which you are placed in the event of a death. You were always there for us when needed and at the same time sort of invisible. It couldn't have been better.

Edith”

 


“Dear Eleonora, thank you for everything and especially for the beautiful dressing of my Angel!

Tashira”

 

 

 “The warmth and respect that you radiated did us a great job. Especially the way you involved our children in the funeral is special. Helping to close the coffin, burning a candle, making a separate bouquet of flowers for grandma, nothing was difficult or too much for you. Thank you!

Joyce and Peter”

 

 

“Thanks Eleonora, for your help after the death of my mother. You arranged everything, but never before you knew exactly how we wanted it. You came up with good suggestions, never intrusive, but practical and firm. Thank you very much for your calm and sweet guidance.

Greetings from Lieke”

There are people for whom death is a deterrent, which they would rather avoid. But death can also help to give meaning to life. When we are confronted with death in our lives, this can confront us with existential questions of life, such as, what is the meaning of existence? Do I live the way I am meant to be? Who am I?

 

Complicated, difficult questions that cannot be answered in one, two, three. Because of the experiences in my own life I have come so far that I can say that "nothing human is strange to me anymore". I have suffered losses, have grieved, have felt sorrow, anger, confusion and despair. Due to damage and disgrace I learned to let go. I no longer feel fear of death and now I dare to fully surrender to life.