since I posted something here.
its me bday
and i am 31, i don't care about age, but lately i downloaded the demo for the game Fear 2, and frankly it was too stressful for me to play!
A good Death
in the weekend i was in a place called brecon beacon, very beautiful place.
Our group has passed another one which had an emergency, one of them has collapsed, we called the emergency, the helicopter came and he was announced dead on site after 30min of trying to revive him.
He died of a heart attack, he was in his late 60's and was suffering diabetes. He didn't have chest pain as far as they know, he just went down on one knee and then collapsed.
While walking back we were discussing the incident and I found that the group with me agreeing that he had a good death, in a nice place doing what he like instead of dying alone in bed in the house.
People who are not relgious see death in a different perspective, while religion provides the comfort of having an afterlife, the rest it seems look at the conclusion of the life itself.
What does a good death means to you?
Its been quit long time since I took my camera with me to my hiking trips, and the reason is simple, while I love photography, I love nature more, and I found that not taking the camera makes me enjoy the place more. However, taking photos keeps the memory. What a dilemma!
I have to present a food recipe, Lately I found good meatloaf recipe and modified it to make it more exiting.
250g fine mince steak, and 250g mince lamb. Black pepper and salt. Table spoon Juniper berry. 1/2 cup bread crumbs soaked in beef stock. 1 egg. one minced onion. Mix, and back in the oven, heat 180C and cook for an hour.
Sauce is made with Chanterelle mushroom (or any other cheaper one), cream and a bit soya sauce. fry the mushroom in butter, add the cream and sauce and cook for 5 min.