Despite all the changes in human life and culture amidst the ages one thing remains constant: death. We are all terminally ill. One day each of us will expire in one way or another. Some of us will face death at ripe old age, others will meet in the prime of their life. For some it will come slowly in the conspicuous form of slow debilitating condition. For others it will come like a thief in the night. Despite death’s inevitability it’s something we often try to deny. How do we deal with death in a way that leads to living a more authentic human life?
by Scott Jones