Death is a constant possibility and a recurring visitor in our lives, as well as an eventual inevitability. So, what is our relationship with death? Is it something we dread and avoid, something we think about often? Is is true that death is never more than an arm-length away from us - do we carry our own death and the deaths of others around with us throughout our day-to-day lives? When we envision death, do we see it personified, a grim reaper, a skeleton?
Friday, November 8, 2013
- Patrick McNally
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