What it is to die: Jung

Charles Cowling

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DeathMatters.org
10 years ago

Actually Charles, I’ve just included the Jünger essay mentioned above here. Is that OK? It is too beautiful to pass up… THE CUSTOMS HOUSE “Death resembles a foreign continent from which no-one who travels there can send back reports. Its secrets engage us so intensely that its shadows darken the very path that leads to it – which is to say, we don’t differentiate sharply enough between death and dying. The difference is important in that much of what we ascribe to death completes itself as we die, as our glances and imagination penetrate again and again into the intermediary… Read more »

DeathMatters.org
10 years ago

Charles, check out my blog for another long-term perspective on death – not by Jung, but by Jünger! I find it even more inspiring…

DeathMatters.org
10 years ago

Charles, visit my site for another excellent “long-term” perspective on death – not by Jung, but by Jünger. I find it even more inspiring…

DeathMatters.org
10 years ago

Charles, here’s another long-term perspective on death – not by Jung, but by Jünger! I find it even more inspiring…

http://deathmatters.org/funerals-cemeteries-speculations/on-dying-at-the-customs-house

Patrick McNally
Patrick McNally
10 years ago

Charles,
Thanks for sharing that! It's so important for us all to take a step back sometimes and look at the bigger picture from a new perspective.
Best,
Pat