Humanity Man: George

It’s been almost a month since I watched the coroner load George into his extended black van and drive away. Now, I didn’t know George all that well. He was a neighbour to where I rent a basement suite. I’d talked to him a bunch of times, mostly during the summer when he would sit […]

Death in Spring

Ramblings of an Old Flower Child: Death in Spring It seems like a paradox to think of death just as Spring ushers in a bursting forth of new life. Springtime is part of a repeating cycle in nature. It is all about cycles. Before Spring there is Winter, a time when plants die back and […]