9 mn read I’m a skeleton collector. I have a large sea-washed radius from a sperm whale beached on the sands in Orkney. Part of its flipper, its hand…
5 mn read Nadja was my second wife, and I her second husband. We were very happy together for 30 years when she was diagnosed with uterine cancer in India.
7 mn read Have you ever experienced the death of someone you love and realised that you have no idea what was to be done next? Or found out just how many decisions (and paperwork) needed to be taken care of – whilst reeling with grief and shock? I had these exact experiences and they moved me to […]
14 mn read Over the past couple of years, I have had to share – with my partner, sister and other family members – the grim and heart-breaking task of clearing our parents’ house, selling it and saying goodbye to well over 40 years of memories.
5 mn read My worst fear had just happened – my husband was dead, we’d had no kids, and I was left alone in the world. Aged 54, too old to be a young widow, too young to be an old one.
9 mn read Movement has the capacity to take us to the home of the soul, the world within for which, we have no name. Anna Halprin, a legendary dancer, innovator, choreographer who died last week at 100.
6 mn read My father died as we celebrated my 12th birthday. We were a Swedish family, living in Switzerland.
6 mn read As some of you will know, I am passionate about death and I continue to enquire and investigate this amazing thing that will happen to each of us.
4 mn read As some of you know, I am deeply interested in death and dying…
4 mn read This was the subject of an article I shared in my Facebook group last year and which generated a large number of comments. It seems there are many different opinions on this subject.