Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

“It never occurred to me until this storm day, while swinging inthe wind, that trees are travelers, in the ordinary sense,” John Muir’s A Wind-Storm In the Forests, Mountains of California (Muir, 1894) Continue reading Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

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The Right to Die With Dignity

The Right to Die With Dignity

My story will not save anyone. My Hope and Story certainly cannot and will not save another person from completing. We’ve tried. We’ve lost too many. That we’re still walking, breathing, bitching and pissed off says it all. We are invincible. With at least ten (10) combined failed attempts, we conclude that we are unkillable. We are immortal. Continue reading The Right to Die With Dignity