On my last visit to Rome, I spent over an hour at their Accatolico Cemetary, basically meaning non-Catholic people's cemetary. You could find everything and everyone in there from the poets Keats and Shelley, to India's first ambassador to Italy, Dewan Raam Lall.
As I kept walking through the cemetary, which in itself is a rewarding experience, not only because reminding yourself about mortality is necessary every now and then, but there is also something fascinating about the lives of people and their final resting place where little remains but a name and a stone.
On one tomb of a person named Gregory Corso (1930-2001), the following beautiful words were written:
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji3oon
"Verily to God we belong and verily to Him is our return"
-The Quran, Chapter 2 Vers 156