Tags » Dying

The waiting room.

Stale lives, creeping death.
Walking throu the labrynths of a purgatory.
Minds erased, minds in waste, the end of taste has come.
The dragging growls of evernearing fate, spills from room to room. 31 more words


Learning Through Loss

Like everyone, my character has been formed by my life experiences. I have had my share of trials, but I can honestly say that, looking back on them, I am thankful for what I learned through each one. 1,147 more words




I prayed.


I gave.


I tried.


I cried.’

She scribbled the words down in a fit of apathy. Not sleeping, not eating, not sure if she was feeling much anymore. 69 more words


"As a Dying Man to Dying Men"

I regularly tell my ministerial partners at Northway that no Sunday morning can afford to be wasted, no worship service can be approached as if it were unimportant or inconsequential, and no sermon is ever just an empty exercise that can be approached without passion, conviction and even urgency.  1,229 more words


My Third "Last-pack"

I just bought my third last pack of cigarette. Thing is, everytime I buy another “last pack” I find a more elaborate justification to what I’m doing. 418 more words


Life Without Bats

“It’s not just that the bats are dying. They are dying horribly.” New article illustrations for Belt Magazine about the decline of the bat population written by… 6 more words

The Root of Healing: Palliative Care

A Doctor’s Reflection, for National Palliative Care Month

He was 36 when he learned he had a cancer that could not be cured. It started off as an ache in his leg that got so bad that he couldn’t walk. 542 more words

Health & Wellness