How would you like to die?

April 2013

This is the question Craig Schonegevel’s brave life and death challenge us to ask of ourselves and the society we live in. Is it humane to deny those who suffer from an incurable or life-threatning illness the right to a dignified death?

THE LAST RIGHT (by award-winning Marianne Thamm and published by Jacana) is the true story of how one Port Elizabeth family, their friends and the community they live in, were forced to deal with one of life’s most devastating events – the dying and death of a loved-one. Each role player in Craig’s journey to self-deliverance faced monumental ethical, moral and spiritual questions. The book is as much their story as it is Craig’s.

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The book may be purchased at most book shops and online at .

Listen here to the discussion on AlgoaFM subsequent to the launching of the book between Lance du Plessis (AlgoaFM presenter), Marianne Thom (author) and Craig’s parents, Neville and Patsy Schonegevel.

Click on the link below:

Hold on to What You’ve Got

Live and Die with Dignity …thanks for reading and listening!

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Tuesday 17 April 2012: 5 years 7 months on … Advantage CBD

Last Sunday was the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the HMS Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912. Some 1514 people lost their lives while 710 were saved.

I went to see the 3D version of the movie TITANIC on Sunday evening.

The movie is a dramatised version of the actual events – a mixture of fact and fiction – but is set against the background of actual events and on a set which is, I suppose, as close to the actual ship as one could come today. I have read that in the 3D version even the positions of the stars in the night sky were altered to ensure absolute accuracy of the positioning of the stars on that fateful night!

It leaves the idea in one’s mind that that is what happened and…

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