death on the tube

in this modern world of daily threats, many people have taken to finding other ways of travelling which don’t require you to be squashed in to a little metal tube in a tunnel way under the city.
of course, it’s still one of the most efficient ways of getting round town so people still use it.
it’s against this climate of fear that i was interested to see a sign which reminded people of the possibility of death on the underground (if they open the door which links carriages)
Death is something we don’t generally talk about but it’s worth considering as there’s a 100% chance it will happen to you (and me). But i’d still rather not have a sign with death written on it whilst travelling !

2 thoughts on “death on the tube”

  1. In a similar and not unrelated vein, their is a link on to a ‘spiritual signage’ project which might interest you (in his 5 jan entry).
    John Davies writes a great blog called Diary of a Small Curate, and I have known him on and off for the last 15 years or so.

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