Death is as commonplace as the house fly, or gluten-free everything in Southern California. To an extent, we tend to ignore it; out of sight out of mind. But like gluten-free diets, they tend to be hard to push out of eyesight as we get older.
But the beauty of it all, is that a lot of good can come out of thinking about out eventual death. From it, we can gain an increased appreciation of the world, we can strive to make more positive changes. All of that and more.
Click to read on at: The Atlantic