am I the only one that thinks posing in front of tombstones or trying to be “sexy” in a place of solitude and respect is phenomenally disrespectful or am I overreacting? Respect those that have passed. That tomb you’re trying to pose on? Chances are it means a lot to a person, or to the family. Although the body is a vessel, a place holding memorials should be an area of peace and quiet, a place you respect. You are a guest. Treat their place of rest as if you are a visitor in someone else’s home. So many people are fascinated with the paranormal yet they cannot even respect a soul’s final resting place? disgusts me. I understand utilizing scenery that alludes to “graves” in order to convey an emotion, but when it occurs in an actual sacred place of worship/spirituality, is where I think people need to draw the line.
— Virginia Woolf (Night and Day)
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