• Sagi Sagara

Death

D is a great teacher.


It doesn’t matter what age you are: anytime you could take a breath and there may never be another.


It happens all the time - to babies, teenagers, to people in mid-life - not just to the aged. One breath and they’re gone. No one knows when their time will be.


You are that close to death. Every time you get in the car, every time you walk across the street, and every time you eat something, it could be the last thing you do.


It’s a reality. You must not afraid to discuss death. Don’t get uptight about it. Instead, let this knowledge help you to live every moment of your life fully because every moment matters.


~ Peace out, beautiful human ~

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