The other day, during Fabio Volo morning radio show, I listened to this statement by Iggy Pop: No Shit.
I immediately liked it for several reasons. Two in particular.
First. It's short and intense. It says everything in a few words.
Second. He starts from a simple consideration: As I considered the circumstances of my death----
Two songs that could be very well two little Dreawalkings, for those who are going through the veil.
I discovered their translations and their stories through DJ Zap Mangusta of Radio MonteCarlo.
Halloween, or better, All Hallows' Eve, is coming.
Waiting the 5h annual Halloween with Adamus, I leave here Walt Disney's The skeleton dance.
I have previously written that I like how the British culture is lighter and more open on the death issue.
The Top Gear 3rd episode (22nd season) has been full of ideas for some topics (MDM).
The first was on death or, better said, a side effect of it.
Top Gear is hilarious and often irreverent and it's not the first time that death is considered. For example, in another episode of an oldier series (I think), Top Gear Jeremy dressed, in a false funeral, a woman with a black bikini while she was carrying the coffin.
Irreverent but, perhaps, mass conciousness also needs this for less drama...
In this episode, the three protagonists have to choose a car to create a fast ambulance. And Top Gear May thinks... a hearse!
Sometimes Ted.com puts videos about death. In most cases, the speakers are philosophers and anthropologists.
As DreamWalker Death, I'm not agree with some of their conclusions or "human" solutions, but I find them interesting because they speak, first, about death, about fear of dying. How many of you talk about it normally? Or to remove the thought until you find yourself really closed to death?
And then, I like them because they speak about death as a starting point for living life! And because someone is opening a new awareness of how to die better and not so melancholy in a hospital.
The videos are here:
I Am that I Am