Death travels at your side;
you do not need to rush towards it.
If we rush, we rush toward the
future where death awaits all.
By living in the moment, we
embrace life, leaving death
for another day.
well, technically until it’s the moment for that event.
I don’t know why people fear it so.
Reblogged this on Living and Lovin.
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