Charles Cowling
  Hat tip to David Holmes for this, written by Jackson Browne for his first wife, who committed suicide.    It was a ruby that she wore On a chain around her neck In the shape of a heart In the shape of a heart It was a time I
Charles Cowling
    Artist: Magnus Gjoen. Find more images here.
Charles Cowling
  We get quite a few emails here at the GFG from makers of ashes urns. Most of these urns are ghastly and get no more than a thanks but no thanks. We are unfailingly courteous. This morning was an exception. We received some stunning images from a Plymouth-based ceramist,
Charles Cowling
    ‘At death, I want to be fed through a wood chipper, spread over a wheat field and a cake buy cialis through paypal baked from that crop for my friends to munch.’    Larry Hagman, quoted in today’s Daily Mail.            
Charles Cowling
Photo   Our religious correspondent, Richard Rawlinson, ponders the importance of a physical signifier of absence.   Whether we choose burial or cremation, should we offer those we leave behind a tombstone or plaque forming a physical destination for paying respects? I know the reasons for favouring cremation: immediacy over slow