Death Cafe profile for estrayer
Looking at death as being a woman came to me the other day when I ran across some pictures of death as a woman. I typically think of the same old image of a man in a robe and hood with a scythe. He is behind or beside some poor bugger in a bed in his last breath. The picture is sentimental and melancholic. [Including a discussion of violent death is avoided here because to ...
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"I hope the end is joyful - and I hope never to come back"
1954, just before she died at age 47.
I have been diagnosed with an illness that appears incurable short of a lung transplant. Bummer. The transplant solution itself is uncertain and life-changing. So I find myself consumed by four main topics of inquiry that may be relevant to this group: They are: The persistence of humans ...