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    On Mar 22, 2019 sheetal wrote:

    We attended funeral of a friend's mother this morning. It felt like everyone around became aware of their own time coming..sooner or later.
    As i opened this passage it dawned on me that thread of life ends at death, and the realization that we are all slowly coming to the end of the thread, holds life together. Then, there is unity...all of us are dying! Not out of fear of death, but out of the urgency to live fully, till it ends, which means to love fully irrespective and beyond our beliefs, actions, stature in life or words we are known by or we speak. This love which words may fail to explain is what delicate filigree of life can hold.

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