Thoughts about death and dying
The loose ends
When visiting home becomes a meditation on mortality
Philip Seymour Hoffman Death Shines Light on Darkness of Addiction
Remember when I bit your stomach? I remember doing it, but I can’t recall why.
What relationship is more complex than the one with family — unless it’s the one with God?
I made a list when it happened to me…
Life, Death and Hereafter — “The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the…
KISSED BY DEATH! — An Ode to That Which Is.
(or Why we hate death)
Detritus left on the graves of the children.
… and other things I learned after he died.
Wake-up, while you can
Every night, approximately 150,000 people around the globe go to sleep for the last time ever.
Complicated question: “How many kids do you have?”
Frailty. It’s a thing capable of stirring many emotions.
“Gacela of the Dark Death”
A Birth, Death & Mourning Doula Reflects on Life Between the Bookends of Birth & Death
A Chat With My Departed Dad
Thoughts on mortality and love
Finding lost treasure, a message of love.
And How a Dog Taught Me To Make It.
In discussions of scientific research, the topics of science policy and advocacy—the means of funding, regulating, and spreading scientific…
What if this is all the time I get?
How to keep first things first and not sweat the small stuff
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