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What words should be avoided when engraving on cemetery tombstones?

Life is not easy for a person, after birth, old age, sickness and death, it returns to the dust. If you build a tomb for it,Cemetery tombstoneIndispensable. In order to commemorate the dead, we will engrave on the stone tablet. Except for the name and origin of the deceased, most of them will engrave the epitaph on the deceased's life. In cemetery Feng Shui, the cemetery is the gate to the underworld. The strokes and strokes on it all involve the good and bad of the living, so these words should be avoided.

1. Don't use rude words

The word rude usually describes a person who is uneducated, rude and rude. Although it is used to describe the word here, it is somewhat inappropriate, but there are still some similarities. The rude words are words that have not been processed, as we often say orally. If the dog egg is engraved on the tombstone, it is easy for the viewer to feel the vulgarity of the engraver. In addition, it is disrespectful to the deceased and makes the deceased face dull.

2. Avoid harsh words

From the point of view of Feng Shui, the engraving on the tombstone should avoid the words of viciousness. Words such as extravagant, horizontal, vicious, evil, etc., if future generations see this epitaph, they will not only have a sense of viciousness, but also It is possible to suspect that the life of the deceased is too extreme and negative. If so, it may cause the deceased to be misunderstood and hold grudges, resentment, and difficulty in resting.

3, avoid the vernacular

The living carve tombstones and write epitaphs to express their feelings for the deceased and to respect the deceased. If the words of the vernacular are engraved on the tombstone, it is disrespectful to the deceased. The vernacular cannot show the emotions that can be expressed in classical Chinese, nor can it carry heavy feelings. In addition, the vernacular also gives people a random illusion, perhaps the deceased is not very willing to describe his life to the living.

We pray for the deceased to rest in peace, and use tombstones to record their lives, instead of using inappropriate words to misunderstand them and make them restless.