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Embracing Death in America.

Here in the West, we do not embrace death. We shun it. We do not want to think about it. We would prefer to ignore it, so we are totally unprepared when it happens to us or a loved one. However, it is something that we need to become more conscious of, not in a bad or fearful way—just in knowing our time here is limited. And since that is true, what does that mean to each one of us personally and emotionally?Am I living my passion? Am I doing what I’m supposed to be doing? Can I be more aware? Am I demonstrating love for those I profess to love? How can I be more spiritual in my day-to-day life?

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