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A large number of questions might be raised inside the elderly with regards to the idea of God, called by a large number of various names, and the idea of human presence. The elderly may have profoundly held worries about the value and guesstimate of life and whether they did all that they could have with their life currently sneaking away. The elderly may have questions regarding the experienceof death whether there will be any consciousness during their ascension or after death. Also, they might fear what may happen as they decline and about what could conceivably come immediately. The elderly fear friends and family will grieve and suffer although in death they may not be ready to leave their loved ones.Identify a spiritually based intervention for this population.The study conducted by Li and Blaser (2003) focused on the macrolevel of social work. The authors propose an “integrative social-care systems model” for elderly adults in rural areas. These researchers recommend formal and informal types of