Do you want to know when (and how) you’ll pass from this world? Death fascinates us, scares us, and depending on what you believe, could be exciting – maybe it is big adventure. Maybe it is absolutely nothing; a nothing that we can’t even imagine (like trying to draw up a memory from before you were born). We wonder why we don’t talk about it. After all…it’s coming.
At the beginning of the episode, Mike does an terrible job of reading a poem by W.S. Merwin called, For the Anniversary of My Death. To read it in your own voice, you can find it here at the Poetry Foundation.
Listen to what we come up with, and then let us know your thoughts right here in the comments or on our FaceBook page for The Obvious Question. Have a listen…
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