Wish I'd said that - March 27, 2016

“Death is a dogma; there is no doubt about death. No Modernist can make death discussable; no Evolutionist can make death vague; no Hegelian can make death life.... King Edward was not partly dead on Friday and faintly alive on Saturday; he was alive and he was dead. Death is not a curve; it is a corner. All death is sudden death. There is an instant at which a man might answer a whisper; there is a second instant at which he could not answer all the trumpets of the world made perfect.” G.K. Chesterton in Daily News May 14 1910 quoted in Gilbert Magazine Vol. 11 #7