Into the Abyss

The more I open myself to death, the more pleasurable and sacred becomes life, which then renews my fear of “losing” it.

In time, I acknowledge more and more the innocence of death, while falling more and more in love with the life it will one day extinguish.

Finally, I realize that death isn’t something to which we must fully surrender. Death is meant only to be acknowledged, in cycles of fear and allowance, so that our final moments are met with solemn serenity, and our journey into the abyss is guided by both melancholy and bliss.

 

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