Friday, June 20, 2014
One day, we went out to yoga and we saw a squirrel laying on our driveway. We could tell, he/she was dead. I sent a thought, may he/she would go to a good new life.
He/She was still there when we got back home. Steve was a bit frustrated about putting the dead squirrel in a trash bag, because the trash pick up was 3 days later, it was hot out, and would start to smell very bad by then. He hesitated to do it immediately.
We went into the house and had our light dinner. Later, Steve looked at the driveway through the window, and the dead squirrel was gone. We felt a little 'surprised' - someone must have gotten it?
We guessed it might be a hawk.
我們進屋吃簡便的晚餐。過後，Steve 向窗外看，車道上沒見那死去的松鼠了。我們覺得有些‘意外’ ～會是誰？
At the end, something, either a hawk or the worms will get the body when it is dead. Human bodies too. Is it cruel?
No, it is the truth.
Have you decided how you want your body to contribute and what kind of funeral you prefer?
Let your closest family know while you still can.