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Crisis in Australian Hospitals, Death Toll Rising

This man’s name is Scott. Scott Morrison. This man is a coward.

This man has blood on his hands. The blood of innocent Australians.

Please do not be fooled by that cute smile, that dis-arming smile, that smooth as honeycomb smile. 135 more words


Designing a healing response that honors everyone in the room

A ceremony immediately after a sudden death
Designing a healing response that honors everyone in the room. Sarah Kerr

Last blog I talked about reasons you may be keeping someone’s cremated remains in your home.  619 more words

Well That's Unfortunate

Weeks had passed since the last Nocast entered my bar, yet I still found myself drowning in nightmares. I’d spent the last week and a half waking in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, sheets sticking to my skin. 1,672 more words

A Humble Bog

Poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Casket Rediscovered in Former Wine Cellar

A funeral rime for one who considered

spirits, drugs and zombies in his life

and whose remains in a lead coffin

journeyed from chapel to church wine cellar. 21 more words


“life is short” they said

time and time again we often say “life is too short”, but do we govern ourselves as such? “here today and gone tomorrow” is just a saying until it all hits home! 195 more words



I had a good time with my mom today.

Today has been 10 years since my step-dad, her husband of 32 years passed away. While our ‘real’ dad was still in our lives, Paul was our daily dad and a wonderful one at that. 1,547 more words

The End of the Day by Claire North

Charlie has a new job, he’s the harbinger of death. Sometimes he is sent as a courtesy, sometimes as a warning. He gets to travel, and he meets interesting people, some of whom are actually pleased to see him. 109 more words