A flash of zen is hinted at in this recent image from the corporate financial district of our city. Falling water and autumn leaves.
Sadly, many bioethicists work to justify and rationalize the current practices of withholding or denying proper medical treatment to vulnerable individuals (at present, mainly the
The body steadily grows old and weakens. Physical beauty fades. Disease slowly gains the advantage. The flesh rots. Yet, the soul is eternally young. When
They say that “ignorance breeds fear”. That is certainly true regarding bodily death. Note that I did not say end of being, yet many persons
An interesting historical item about Paris: beneath the city lies the world’s largest ossuary (a place or receptacle for the bones of the dead). We
The age-old question for our species, perhaps the defining query of humans is: what happens at and after death? Or, in other words, do we