Funeral Directors…What Mom, My Friends, and Society Think I Do

March 2, 2012
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The meme goes dark…

You have probably seen many “memes” like this posted on Facebook and other social sites, but this one was created for funeral professionals. The below image was created by FuneralDirector/Author/Blogger/Contributor, Caleb Wilde.

A “meme” is a virally-transmitted cultural symbol or social idea. A meme (rhymes with “team”) behaves like a flu or a cold virus, traveling from person to person quickly, but transmitting an idea instead of a lifeform (about.com).

What that means is a “meme” needs to be “shared” to go viral. So click one of the social links below and start sharing!

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Happy Friday!



Image By: Caleb Wilde

Caleb Wilde

I'm a sixth generation funeral director. I have a grad degree in Missional Theology. And I like to read and write. Connect with my writing and book plans by "liking" me on facebook. And keep tabs with my blog via subscription or twitter.
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