Living in the Death Industry Could Kill You; The Q&A

by Peter Erich

Q: Tell me briefly about how you got into the death industry.
A: It turns out it doesn't matter whether the stress comes from major events in life or from minor problems, everything is a death industry.

Q: What is your day-to-day like?
A: Frantic sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic, getting really upset, then sitting back, listening to music and appreciating time, but most people would be surprised by how much bureaucracy this involves.

Q: You wouldn't want to die prematurely, now would you?
A: There's no easy answer because death can be a "life builder" just as much as it can be a funeral. Step back and breath slowly, then ask yourself this question. 

Q: So what happens when you live to be 110?
A: Living that long is hazardous to your health. 

Q: What about the fear of disease? Ebola?
A: All of the things humans typically die of create a safe corpse.  Breathing may be the simplest and most immediate fix to all disease. I mostly breath. 

Q: What are you up to now?
A: Dying at home with my family.