Memento Mori, Carpe Diem and all that jazz…

Meet the Nun Who Wants You to Remember You Will Die

Suffering and death are facts of life: “Everyone dies, their bodies rot, and every face becomes a skull.” NY Tes article

The above article in the New York Times talking about Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble and her daily prayer practice of facing her own death and the many  skulls in her collection brought on many questions for us! Apart from being an awesome title, it's sparking much debate here at the Vortex.

Sue & I discuss a lot of the issues from the article and some of the ways we agree and disagree with the practice and  especially about the way Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble uses the skulls as a symbol of death while today, I see them as a powerful tool to enable humans to understand much much more especially to understand LOVE

But the full video is only a short glimpse into two fascinating topics.

We'd love to hear your thoughts on some of these deeper questions on life, love, loss, happiness, joy and death.

As many a comic has said "No one gets out of this world alive!"

We sure believe that life continues in other dimensions.  What are your thoughts?

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