Death Reflections #28 May31


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Death Reflections #28

From: ‘
How To Die: An Ancient Guide to the End of Life’ by Seneca, edited, translated, and introduced by James S. Romm:

Quote: Since death is never contemplated except as another’s fate, instances of mortality pile up before us but don’t abide any longer than our astonishment at them. (Epistle 101) 

Thought: More shocking than encountering another’s death is that you are not considering your death.