David Bowie’s son has broken his Twitter silence to share a letter which was written to his late father by a palliative care consultant. Duncan Jones, 44, told fans that he was leaving Twitter following the news that his father had died from cancer, aged 69. But he retweeted a link from the Marie Curie organisation, which contained a letter from Dr. Mark Taubert. The letter explains how Bowie’s death had helped Taubert to ease the pain of one of his dying patients.
David Bowie discovered Buddhism in his early teens, thanks to his step-brother Terry’s beatnik leanings, the novels of Jack Kerouac and a few Penguin paperbacks that gave him the basic schematics of the religion.
Duncan Jones has returned briefly to social media for the first time since his father David Bowie's death to share a “thank you letter” from a palliative care specialist written to the late British musician.
Duncan Jones, the son of the late David Bowie, has shared a tribute to his father from a palliative care doctor who praises the singer for inspiring others coming to the end of their life. Bowie died on 10 January surrounded by friends and family after a private 18-month cancer illness.
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