A Sense Of Death

Many say there is no reason to fear death.

Yet, we fear the unknown.

It may not be a choice.

It may simply be the reality.

With enough exposure, we will feel the fear.

This may simply be the internal senses within our body becoming feelings of fear and anxiety.

Listen to this 97 year old philosopher, and learn what you can about dying, because it is part of living, for all of us.

Alex Trebek has rehearsed his final ‘Jeopardy’ show – CNN

Alex Trebek has rehearsed his final ‘Jeopardy’ show – CNN
— Read on www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/01/03/entertainment/alex-trebek-jeopardy-30-seconds-last-taping-trnd/index.html

There is a public figure ‘thinking the worst and hoping for the best.’

I for one, admire his outlook and public attitude about our most private concern.

Cremation

Why is everybody burning themselves up?

The final resting place seem less than a tomb or a mausoleum and more like a ‘final decision ‘ based on a distraction or mobility issue.

My father’s ashes were spread over the water while a group of family and friends stood by and mourned or participated as best they could.

I, on the other hand, plan to leave a passport, with a list of all the things I wish done and to accompany me on this final voyage.  If I could, I would leave a kind of time capsule (for when I wake up?).

Rational, passionate…a wake or a funeral, it is part of life, thinking about our death.

Cremation seems to be the tried and true method:

https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a18923323/cremation/