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Another year, and for some a final rest

We salute some of the beautiful friends-in-spirit who decide about their Exit this year. Betsy Davis threw a farewell party with friends and family in July. It was her way to say goodbye before becoming one of the first California … Continue reading

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“I’m Not Afraid”

For two and a half years, documentary filmmaker Fadi Hindash followed a psychiatrist as he assists one of his patients with her suicide. It is her story, as well as that of her doctor, facing the reality that helping his … Continue reading

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A nitrogen workshop and a special invitation!

Martin Amis is famous not just for his hard-hitting novels but for his outspoken stance on euthanasia. His position, however, is a personal one, arrived at not for the sake of exercising his vast skill as a writer but as … Continue reading

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Preparing a holiday from life

Many people look forward to the holiday festival periods as a break from work. Getting away from the daily grind, being able to put our feet up. Freedom from day to day hassles. Yet some people – those with unbearable … Continue reading

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