Writing in Southern Living magazine, Jennifer Greer recounted a visit she made to the old family cemetery in Nelson County, Kentucky. She had talked there with her cousin who cared for the cemetery as a volunteer just as his father and his uncle had done before him. But he was worried that the next generation might not keep up this labor of love. He said, "The younger ones, they don't realize that a cemetery is a part of life. I guess it's a part of life they don't want to hear about. One could substitute the word death for the word cemetery. Dying is a part of living." We know that, but we don't want to hear about it; we don't want to think about it, and many don't want to do anything about it. When you consider what the earth would be like if no one died you come to see that death is natural an proper. It is not something to be feared, but it is something to think about, and something for which to be prepared.