On Fri, 23 Sep 2016 17:00:57 -0400, Ed Huntress wrote:
I find it very comforting to bury pets when they die. I know that it's
done right, by someone who loves them.
I don't know if I would term it "rewarding", but it would be comforting
for me to surround my loved ones with my own handiwork before putting
them to rest for the final time.
On Sun, 25 Sep 2016 11:15:18 -0700 (PDT), Garrett Fulton
Totally resisting saying something like "Oh, wanting to be a fruit in
your next life, huh?" Tim.
Yeah, roast me and toss me ashes to feed the ocean fishes. I have the
"spare parts" option on my drivers license so they can harvest any
usable parts to save another HUmon, if possible.
Ayup, who cares about worms in your old cadaver? That's how they turn
you back into minerals to feed the plants.
The goal to strive for is a poor government but a rich people.
Yeah. Great idea. Just make sure the coffins are done very well.
You do not want people to say "here lies John Smith, expert
woodworker, he made his own coffin". And then during the funeral the
coffin comes unglued, breaks down and Mr. Smith falls down to the
ground. Truly an ignominious end to one's woodworking career, a
failure in life that is so final that one cannot recover!
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