Art of Dying Volume One | Page 16

“Death brings us closer together, definitely. It makes heroes of us all, whether we like it or not. It’s a big thing coming up.” Harry as a boy walking under a brick arch, into a tunnel— going from this life into... harry north We always get pulled into our role. I’m truly at ease with the way I am. There are lots of amendments I’d like to make. I’d like to change the menu a bit. But overall, I think I’m much more accepting. I see the many foibles I have but if I react to one, I get into another. What I’m doing now is working on a book that I have no intention of selling. I have no interest in financial gain or anything like that. I don’t care if any publisher likes it. It’s very organic. It’s about anything and everything. I call the book, “Boil and Bubble” because I’ve been ‘ boiling away’ and very angry half my life; and now I ‘bubble’ and stuff just comes up. 16 | ART OF DYING I see a transparency to things, especially in crowds. We’re all bubbling away. I feel a sense of unity, and that’s what I’m looking for more and more. And that makes death quite acceptable. It’s just simply a physical body moving on, things changing. The hardship is that I, as a personality, have formed attachments to certain things. If I’m not attached, then everything is acceptable.