Lessons Learned from Timber Hawkeye: Loving the Unknown

Death Dhamma Aha’s from speaking with Timber Hawkeye. There is more than one type of death. Consider the death that occurs when someone says to you, “You are dead to me!” Ouch. How do you grieve the loss of someone who is still alive?

Can substituting celebrations of life for funerals help us to let go of ego and self-pity? It seems worth a try.

There is so much that we do not know. What a relief. We can discuss the unknown, embrace the unknown, and not feel pressured by any of it.

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