Good bye and On on!


Today, a second person that I know, decided to be euthanised. He was suffering from a very rare brain tumour that was operated on a few years ago and made recovery. Over the last few months, it came back with a vengeance and his quality of life started deteriorating. With his family with him, he has taken, what would have be a very difficult decision, to end it – with dignity and with some control that he had left.

Raising a beer to you – you were both a optimist and a realist, but never a pessimist.

Screenshot from 2019-04-15 18-52-24

On on, my friend.

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