If death and taxes are the only sure things in this world, have you planned well for both?
They don’t let us get innovative when paying our taxes, but now we can be in death!
We can go out in a remarkably sustainable way and with eco-savvy fashion sense!
I know, it may seem like a reach in innovation, but let’s be adventurous today.
First, let’s get a personal story in support of this unusual innovation. Here’s a piece done by CBS Boston:
I came across this innovation and decided to feature it as yet another example of the innovation that happens when science meets art. This really seems to be a pairing that is moving ingenious concepts forward these days.
So now let’s hear that Ted Talk that inspired Dennis, given by the designer of the mushroom burial suit, artist and thought leader, Jae Rhim Lee:
I know, this innovation is a little out there on the fringes for some, and yet it makes perfect sense to others.
That’s how almost all the best things start out.
Then culture seems to catch-up with what may really be common sense.
If you’d like to see another article that will put a spring in your step when it comes to insight, check out this article!
Again, Ever Widening Circles defies the negativity in the 24-hour news cycle and brings you a piece of wonder that is going uncelebrated!
Stay open, curious and optimistic.
~ Dr. Lynda
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- “Woburn Man Plans To Be Buried In Mushroom Suit.” YouTube. CBSBostonWBZ, 10 Mar. 2016. Web. 25 Aug. 2017. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_RCt1D0FQA>. ↩
- Rhim Lee, Jae. “Jae Rhim Lee: My Mushroom Burial Suit.” YouTube. TED, 14 Oct. 2011. Web. 30 Nov. 2016. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7rS_d1fiUc>. ↩