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Dealing with Death Anxiety

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Particularly for Western culture, death is seen as the ultimate evil; death represents our greatest enemy, nemesis and adversary.

Something to be disdained, shunned, and resisted at all costs. Whenever human beings are subjected to the suffering and death of natural disasters, we are forced to gaze into the face of evil.

At the moment, for many of us, it is the invisible, microscopic coronavirus that most immediately epitomizes evil, suffering, and death.

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