Dale Clock is an interesting guy. He works hard and doesn’t take himself too seriously. He’s a funeral director, a musician with a band, a business owner, a visionary, an actor, a caregiver, a husband and a father. Oh, and did I mention that he is a blogger? Silly me. His blog is called “Dale-Time – Stories and Stuff from the Family Funeral Business”
When he gets around to writing something (which needs to be more often) he hits the bullseye. . . dead center, (pun intended).
He recently published a column entitled The New Normal. It is a remarkably insightful (and brief for my readers with short attention spans) look at the paradigm shift taking place in funeral service.
By the way, who knows what a paradigm is? . . . “Twenty cents”, courtesy of Dr. Chris Smith, Intro to Sociology, Mt. St. Mary’s College, 1978.
I have heard it said that the truth is still the truth, regardless of how few people believe it and a lie is still a lie, regardless of how many people believe it to be true.
Dale is telling the truth. Who is listening?