The final walk, the great equiliser.

The final walk, the great equaliser. Death comes to us all, some sooner than others, but it will arrive. A recent stroll through a local cemetery provided an emotional reminder of the struggles that face each person.

How we handle death is a very personal response. Some chose to ignore it right to the final moments. Others grit their teeth and plow head first into the awaiting beyond. In all cases, a dignified death is what most people hope for.

What lays beyond is often cause for either distress or wry smile with a certainty of faith.

Where does your vision of your own final days see for yourself as the grim reaper comes knocking?

 

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