In our youth, “end of life” is a concept so distant that we ignore it as an improbable event. As we age, we inevitably encounter it—but as something that affects others because we remain convinced of our invincibility, if not immortality. Time, however, marches on, eventually exposing us to the reality that those closest to us will fall victim to the fate awaiting us all.
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