Death and Dying
Death and dying are a part of life. Death comes in many forms - the death of a relationship, the death of a job, the death of innocence, the death of a loved one. Each death is an opportunity to learn how to face personal loss gracefully. It can teach you how to live after loss. It prepares you for a dignified conclusion to your own life story. Most importantly, it encourages you to put more life in each day.
Here is some film wisdom about the topic of death.
"Nothing's ever really dead if you look at it right."
"Some see death as having some greater purpose. When it is one of your own, it is hard to grasp anything good comes from it."
"In my culture, death is not the end. It's more of a stepping off point."
"This barrier between me and everything just dissolved. And I could die because life is enormous."
"Dying is something big and beautiful and greater than me."
"One shouldn't leave this life without a sense of completion."
"There is no such thing as an ending; just a place where you leave the story."
"Your last thoughts are important. They're all you get to take with you."
"Where the dead are remembered, they remain alive and connected to the living."
"What makes life valuable is that it doesn't last forever."