"My husband, Mark Sheehan, recently died and Bodhi Be took care of burying him.
Mark’s choice of burial was the ocean. It is the least impactful way on nature to dispose of a body. If, however, we had a burial ground on Maui, where one could be buried in the soil and a tree planted on top, that, I know, would have been Mark’s choice. The gesture would have added a tree to nature, the tree would be fertilized and would have been a place where friends and family could go and remember the loved one. One day we would have a Forest of Living Memory to go to and feel the love.
I invite you to donate to ‘IPUKA’, to acquire land with a forest of meaningful memory and environmental responsibility in mind."
-Sonja Aclon, September 2022