I'm the guy who set up Impermanence.
I'm 40 years old and live in Hackney, East London with 2 young kids and Donna. I am a student at Jamyang Buddhist Centre.
I'm motivated to do this work because I believe that engaging with death is both important and overlooked.
My experience tells me that death can play a role in helping us enjoy life. I also believe that focusing on death can play a part in helping us get to grips with some big challenges - like supporting older people, climate change, a broken economic system and chronic global inequality.
This may not immediately make sense but if we can face up to death we can face up to anything, no?
I am very proud of Impermanence - I don't think there has ever been anything quite like it! I'm really enjoying this work and am committed to following a course of death-activism as long as possible.
I love talking to people about this work and am very open to ideas, partnerships, support and criticism. Please do get in touch.
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