Charles Cowling
  From the review in the Guardian: Last year Chris Larner took his ex-wife Allyson – with whom he had remained good friends – to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland where she ended her life. It was a life that had become unbearable because of the constant pain, indignities and limits imposed
Charles Cowling
  Ever wondered about what to look for in a nursing home? We know. It’s a pre-need question and just like funeral planning we all like to think we wont need it. Or maybe we’ll get lucky and die first. But life expectancy is only another way to say hanging
Charles Cowling
    The fog is swirling around us at GFG towers. Mellow fruitfulness has passed and the drear days of November have hunkered down around us. We need cheering up and how better than with a great New Orleans Jazz funeral. It’s from 2007 and the life being celebrated is
Charles Cowling
      Some Masons call their funeral ceremony an Orientation, but these days the service itself can be like a secular ceremony – apart, of course, from the Masonic ‘paraphernalia’. Masons are a great deal more open about their ceremonies than they used to be, but much of what