An elderly friend, who is still very healthy, told me that she does not fear death. When her spirit leaves her body she is looking forward to going on a great adventure and is going to return as a sprite who can explore all the secret caverns of mother nature.
This made sense to me, just as the Indian proverb resonates.
In what manner will you live your life in order to rejoice upon dying? In what way do you talk of death?
Tags: Death and Dying
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