Are services like crime scene clean-up just the further commercialization of death or a godsend for the victim’s family?
On a whole, I think our society is too far removed from any real understanding of death. It’s scurried away in hospital rooms and preempted with convalescent homes. I think confronting death would only bring a greater understanding of how we live.
But I’m kind of torn about the issue when it comes to violent death.
Is violent death something that we should confront?
Or are even remotely capable of confronting?
Are services like crime scene clean-up (the family’s responsibility and required by law, but usually covered by insurance) just the further commercialization of death or a godsend for the victim’s family? (Or both?)
Note for Augustlan: Yup. I’ve been watching TB again!
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