In the culture of the West there is a strong effort to deny that we as humans go through the same processes of life and death as a bird, an animal, an insect or a plant. Nature reflects our mortality. Death can create space for contemplation, however our cities are crowded, noisy and disconnected from nature. There is no space for silence or contemplation. Enter into the decomposition, amongst the flora and fauna, a process of the natural lifecycle. Allow this space to become an opportunity to reconnect to your own being and existence, and in turn reconnect to nature.