How I’ll Die, When and Why

It turns out I made this choice long ago.

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Nothing in life is certain, other than death. To live is to experience mortality. This fact terrifies many, but I’ve never been particularly bothered by the idea that my existence isn’t forever. Despite its challenges and frustrations, I’ve enjoyed an often joyful and consistently interesting life. Celebrating that it happened and making the most…

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Researching a road map from our imperilled world into one with a livable future with as much good humour as I can muster along the way.

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Michael Nabert

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Researching a road map from our imperilled world into one with a livable future with as much good humour as I can muster along the way.

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