Most of us do everything we can do to avoid thinking, or talking about death, dying and grief.
However, Death is a "100%-guaranteed" life event.
How many other "100%-guaranteed" life events are there?
What would happen if we chose to avoid events that made us nervous in life?
Would we grow emotionally, spiritually or physically?
Would we be depriving our selves of the experiences of exploring unchartered territories?
Would we be cultivating more fear and terror about an event that we purposely pushed to the side?
What are the possibilities of growing emotionally and spiritually,
IF we took the opportunity to discover and explore End of Life matters?
IF we took the leap of faith, pushed aside the anxiety, and explored, empowered and enriched your life and
**"In the article "Death Is the Roommate of Life", talks about how death is always around us, it's always present.
The presence of Death can have an editing ability in that death can guide much of what we do, and don't do in life.
Death guides us to what's important in life, and how and with whom, we want to spend our time.
Has death brought any insights to you?