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Life and Death - We cannot have one without the other!

(same image inverted)






Built in September of 2016, the Dignity sculpture is a stunning combination of art and history.

It is located on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River near Chamberlain, South Dakota. The stainless steel, 50-foot-tall statue was specifically designed by sculptor Dale Lamphere to honor the cultures of the Lakota and Dakota people. “Dignity” is defined as the quality or state of being worthy, honored, or esteemed.


Model of a gentleman using the inert gas method to enact deliberate life completion.






Sampler done by Zebiah Gore at age 11 done in 1791 in the Boston area.  Her motto therein: “Now We are taught to Live there is nothing esteem Worth learning but the way to Die.”

I just want to die!





A really cool Death with Dignity Song at the end 
(starting at 41 min, 26 sec)


"Good choices come from experience. Experience comes from making bad choices.” - Author unknown


Some Ancient History

"It takes an entire lifetime to learn how to die," wrote the Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca (c. 4 BC–65 AD). He counseled readers to "study death always," and took his own advice, returning to the subject again and again in all his writings, yet he never treated it in a complete work. He speaks with a startling frankness about the need to accept death or even, under certain conditions, to seek it out.

Seneca believed that life is only a journey toward death and that one must rehearse for death throughout life. Here, he tells us how to practice for death, how to die well, and how to understand the role of a good death in a good life. He stresses the universality of death, its importance as life's final rite of passage, and its ability to liberate us from pain, slavery, or political oppression.