“We are beginning to recognize that the bitter medicine that prescribes the contemplation of the horror of our own inevitable death, is paradoxically the tincture to bring sweetness to our mortality”
Ernest Becker: The Denial of Death

Philosopher who reasoned that there was nothing to fear from death sees things differently and poignantly as he faces his own mortality.

I think we are afraid of death because of how much we value life.  Ironically, the more present we are, truly valuing our day to day moments, the less afraid we may become.

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