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“Discipline is the backbone of graciousness... Spring passes. Truth distilled does not.“ eloquent perspective from @nytimesCohen
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/10/opinion/sonny-mehta-ward-just.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share via ⁦@nytopinion⁩

This weekend, Earth will be at perihelion...the Sun will appear slightly larger than at other times of year. We owe a great deal to the Sun, for our place in the solar system, our generally clement weather, and oxygen we breathe. May we tip our hats to our star at perihelion!

“Social media has altered our relationships with the living, so it makes sense that it would change our relationships with the dead.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/12/06/twitter-wanted-be-town-square-now-its-also-grappling-with-being-cemetery/

among many reasons “people around the world are seeking greener end-of-life options... Cremation requires a lot of fuel, and it results in millions of tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year” @NatGeo on cremation’s environmental toll https://on.natgeo.com/2WKABx9 via @NatGeoScience

The @MONUMAG After Life Urbanism edition- is pragmatic and inspiring. The first few pages draw on the practice of urban planning, to thoughtfully plan for the spatiality of death + remembrance.

#democratizingdeath

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