Greeks know how to enjoy life, have fun and celebrate holidays. And their unbridled optimism doesn't shy away from the funeral rites, and, since none of them considers themselves as sinners, that’s why after the death everyone will necessarily go to heaven. People in Greece, if not truly devoted, then certainly religiously observant Orthodox traditions. And therefore the first man in the funeral ceremony for the relatives of the deceased who are treated is Hellas priest. And he was like no one else knows that the human body is "the temple of the Holy Spirit" and the life of soul is eternal. Death is - only the time of "rest" until the promised resurrection of the righteous. Death is also a part of the meaning of human destiny, as in the biblical metaphor of the grain of wheat -it dies, but giving new shoots. So alien and exotic cremation till 2007 in Greece was strictly forbidden. And innovation in laws didn’t softened attitude of the Church to such a burial, nor disapproval of the change in organ transplantation. However, the traditional Greek funeral is not limited familiar to all Europeans committing to the earth. After 3-7 years conduct the exhumation. If the body is completely decomposed, the bones are washed in wine and placed in a small ossuary, which is placed in a tomb in the cemetery. The exception is undecomposed body by the time. Then, it is believed that soul of the deceased burns in the hell. Only in these cases, the remain become flames. However people say, that case does not depend on religious beliefs but because of lack of places for burial and that the family tomb may l be more expensive than the house for alive.