Capsula Mundi, a funeral company, came up with an entirely new concept. Their philosophy is simple and innovative; they have proposed a ground-breaking method for “returning to nature” and immortalizing oneself as a living thing.
This approach basically entails placing the human body within an egg-shaped pod that is concealed in the dirt and growing a tree over it.
As we all know, the human body, like every other living thing, decomposes into plant compost after death.
The capsule itself is 100 percent biodegradable, which means it will decompose completely over time, making it extremely beneficial to the Earth as well.
The carcass, in essence, may be converted into nutrients and absorbed by the forest. Right now, you can see the metaphor creeping in.
We shall dwell in the forest for the rest of our lives since we were devoured by it. Because trees have such a lengthy lifespan, we’ll practically outlast everything with this technique.
This will also assist to make the forest a more significant part of our life, notably making the graveyards less depressing. Will you make advantage of it?