In Buddhism, aging, sickness, death, and birth form a cycle of life. Therefore, death isn’t the end of life, but only a stage in the cycle. Death gives birth to new life and continues the cycle of life. Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the founder of Fo Guang Shan Monastery in Taiwan, said: “Humanistic Buddhism is a religion that embraces life, provides answers to life and death, and implements its teachings in daily life.” He established the Chung Mei Temple Columbarium in 2005 to provide a blissful, loving and resting place for the deceased and to bring peace to the family and friends who pay their respects to their love ones. Humanistic Buddhism, through the Columbarium, seeks to promote filial piety and gratitude with blessing by Buddha and Bodhisattvas. The Chung Mei Temple is honored to serve all members of the public regardless of race or religious faith.

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