This is shameless of me, I've actually decided that since so much about death is being fed through all media I should naturally do likewise. That said, on with the show:
IMHO: Death is the best part of this journey - you have no idea where you're going or what you'll look like or who you'll meet or what you'll think or even if you'll be able to. Isn't that exciting? Why don't more people find that ... a wonder?
Imagine if we didn't put these ridiculous large heavy carved stones over the dead who lay useless underground: if you didn't know they were there, you might not have to think about them as dead, you just MIGHT be able to think of something else. WHY do we memorialize the dead? I understand having memories but this ritual is just wasteful. How did this habit get so popular?
Thank you and goodnight Farrah, Michael, and the nameless tens of thousands who also died in the last week. HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU! MIRACULOUS JOURNEY! SAY HI TO EINSTEIN! GIVE JESUS MY BEST! KISS MOTHER TERESA FOR ME! TELL POPE CLEMENT HE WAS A FOOL! HEY MOM - HEY DAD - CAN'T WAIT TO BE WHATEVER YOU TURNED INTO! CAN'T WAIT TO COME BACK FOR MORE....
LIFE and DEATH and LIFE and DEATH and . . . .