Life and death…soul mates, who will never be separated – dancing an infinite dance of beginnings and endings, a beautiful choreography of chaos and creation.

Life gives, death takes – but death also gives us perspective, valuable lessons through the tears that give our lives depth, and meaning.

The animation below called “The Life of Death” by Marsha Onderstijn is a touching handwritten short, about the day Death fell in love with Life. This powerful visual meditation gives us perspective in a gentle, and unique way – showing us the beauty in embracing life’s soul mate, and accepting Death with love.

"This, then, is the ultimate paradox of thought: to want to discover something that thought itself cannot think."- Soren Kierkegaard

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  • "A strange and soothing peace comes over me while musing upon vivid recollections of attempting to analyze the mere thought of my near death within my youth. Although poetic and chimerical, I have befriended the simple satisfactions of living and my vivacious impulse for aliveness by plunging into the chilling awareness of my near-death. This timelessly puzzling dimension of reality is impermanent." - @jessica_golich ✨ read the full article now on
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