Dying and death are natural processes. Yet, it’s something that we are most afraid of; spending most of our lives either consciously or subconsciously repressing it or avoiding it.
Because really, who wants to think about their own passing, or losing someone they love?
This uncertainty and fear that we associate with death (particularly in Western society) often surfaces when someone close to us dies; magnifying the trauma and pain we experience following our loss.
But what if we were to reexamine our understanding of what it means to die?
When we realize that “death” is just a word, we remain open to having a relationship with our loved ones who have passed on.
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