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Lions Roar : November 2017
others and their struggles. We can connect with one another with greater genuineness and warmth. Death turns out to be the teacher who releases us from fear. It’s the teacher that opens our hearts to a more free-flowing love and appreciation for life and one another. When we get stuck in self-importance and earnestness, death steps in. When we get caught in self-pity, death steps in. When we become complacent and take things for granted, death steps in. Death spurs us forward with a sense of urgency and puts our preoccupations in perspective. Death lightens our clinging and mocks our pretensions. Death wakes us up. It is our most reli- able teacher and most constant companion. ♦ Laughing in the Face of Jealousy LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2017 50