Category Archives: Death

The walk…

she waked down the beach her toes scrunching in the sand it was a bit overcast but she didn’t mind she was so happy she started to dance eventually she came to her favorite place she looked at the thick … Continue reading

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Gateway…a very short story

There is a point, a special place, where the living exit this plane.  It’s a lovely setting, the trees are beautiful and so is the river Styx, even though it’s always covered in dense fog.  Those who are departing, can … Continue reading

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Horrifying how much men hate women…and their fear and hatred leads to death and misery but they don’t care as long as they believe they can control us…

The thing is wealthy women can get safe abortions, the ones married to the men who vote against them.  They can always fly to France or any other more enlightened and less hatefully sexist countries and have a mini vacation … Continue reading

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some people want to be remembered like an old record played over and over never to be forgotten they leave messages to be passed on to be thought of but most of us are not remembered for long we rarely … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

I just watched a program on death.  What people see, hear, think, feel and do, as they are dying.    It was interesting.  The biggest thing, according to the speaker, a neurologist-psychiatrist, was that we have to give up everything, … Continue reading

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Go toward the light…

Beautiful photographs of this kind, remind me of death.  Infinity…railroad tracks, roads, anything that never seems to end.  I think they are all places that lead to one thing…a new beginning and an open door.

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Think about it…

we have absolutely no idea where we came from and we have absolutely no idea where we will end up so it seems like a waste of time wondering about either of those things when we should be spending our … Continue reading

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