Tuesday, May 06, 2008
by Beate Lakotta @ Lens Culture
Few experiences are likely to affect us as profoundly as an encounter with death. Yet most deaths occur almost covertly, at one remove from our everyday lives.
Death and dying are arguably our last taboos – the topics our society finds most difficult. We certainly fear them more than our ancestors did. Opportunities to learn more about them are rare indeed.
Posted by David Emerick at 2:50 PM