April 14, 2019

Three Crosses on a Hill

It has been noted that dying people often become more who they are in those moments than they have ever been.  Any pretense they may have previously held up as a defense falls away. Right?  I mean, what would be the point of being anything but who you are at such a moment?  One interpreter, citing this tendency, says that at the point of death, we all become the condensed version of ourselves.  We become who we are at our core.