When the mind thinks of death, it looks at nothing and calls it something,
to keep from experiencing what it- the mind- really is.
Until you know that death is equal to life, you’ll always try to control what happens,
and it’s always going to hurt.
There is no sadness without a story that opposes reality.
– Byron Katie
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