Death and the Paradox of Happiness

we just don’t know what happens when we die; the great mystery I believe humanizes all of us and is the only thing on which everyone can universally agree. No one can buy this knowledge either: what happens to all that energy we create while we are alive after our physical bodies have died?

Diagnosis Fallout: the week after first learning I had stage IV breast cancer

On the eve of Breast Cancer Month, which I shall only acknowledge with true stories of the struggles of stage IV cancer “metavivors” I will kick off with a letter to a team of oncologists at Valley Med in San Jose California nearly five years ago. I reached out to their group out of sheer […]

A random walk in my mind or the few moments in the mind of the living dead

A day in my inner life includes a hell of a lot of scary stuff. But I’m NOT scared. Well a little. Maybe. Hey, cut me some slack! This is deadly death causing cancer stuff for goddess’s sakes.
How do you feel about the whole question of death? I’m personally not scared of the concept (read a few of my prior posts on death and dying)

Maybe I’m Amazed (you’re still alive)

Borrowed time: (To)live on borrowed time to continue living after a point at which you might easily have died: Since his cancer was diagnosed, he feels as if he’s living on borrowed time. to continue to exist longer than expected: It is unlikely that serious decisions will be made by a CEO living on borrowed […]

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