Would You Pay Your Last Respect To A Loved One At A "Drive-Thur Viewing Widow"?
A Saginaw funeral home is offering an unusual new convenience for mourners: a drive-through viewing window. Paradise Funeral Chapel has installed a window that displays a body inside the building. Curtains over the window automatically open when a car pulls up, and mourners get three minutes to view a body as the music plays overhead.
This idea here sure would have to grow on me, I mean it got to take root. Don't get me wrong, I understand how we in America love the convenience of not getting out of our cars, but how can you console and show genuine condolences and love at a "Drive-Thur"? As born again believers, one of our Spiritual fruits is Mercy, which is to "Comfort the afflicted and show love," so how can you comfort someone in need at a "Drive-Thur"? It's kinda hard to show sincere love when you won't even take the time to park the car. We got curbside services such as cleaners, restaurants, liquor stores and even some pharmacies. But "Drive Thur" viewing is one that I don't think society really need.