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Getting Used To Death And What Comes After

“I think what death does is that it makes us more self-aware. If you’re not self-aware, you’re going about your life in the world having no understanding of why you’re doing the things that you’re doing. And everybody has people in their lives that you look at and you’re like, ‘Oh damn, that person is not self-aware. That person does not know how they look or how they sound or how their decisions are affecting other people.’”

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