“… with none to bury them.” (79:3)
Burial is a fundamental Jewish mitzvah (God-commanded obligation). Along with procreation, brit milah (circumcision), and refraining from eating the sciatic nerve of a kosher animal, it is one of a small handful of mitzvot one can learn from the book of Genesis.* Many Jewish communities, in fact, began with the formation of burial societies and the purchase of land for a cemetery. Planning for one’s burial in a Jewish cemetery can and should be a proper Jewish behavior.
*The mitzvah of burial is normally derived from Deuteronomy 21:23, but I am learning it from Abraham’s burial of Sarah in Genesis 23.