Monthly Archives: May 2011

Solving the Problem of Dying

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein There is something plainly obvious about Einstein’s observation and another element that is more subtle and valuable. The first and most … Continue reading

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Is Your Time Up?

Here is the test to find whether your mission on Earth is finished: if you’re alive, it isn’t. Richard Bach This is a key ingredient to both living fully now and life extension: realizing that your mission on Earth is … Continue reading

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Players in the Death Industry

No one healthy gets up in the morning and decides to plan for their funeral arrangements. I would think this is a sign of health. We all have a strong survival instinct and our death is not a thought we … Continue reading

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Death Is Kind?

I want to thank the author of “The Red Badge of Courage,” Stephen Crane, for the following poem. The irony is deep and it reminds me of those that tell me about their loved one that died, “He passed away … Continue reading

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Dying of Heart Disease 50% Chance

What if you got up this morning and heard that there was a fifty per cent chance of rain? Would you take measures to protect your clothes? I would. Or what if the word on the street was that because … Continue reading

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Medical Care System Is Broken

According to a study published by the American Journal of Medicine, the majority of US bankruptcies (62.1%) are not caused by credit card debt, but medical debt. These were not necessarily the uninsured or the poor. “Three quarters had health … Continue reading

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Preserve Life

“Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine trees, and he who understands it aright will rather preserve its life than destroy it.” Henry David Thoreau Share this:

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