"Death destroys a man; the idea of death saves him," said E.M. Forster. It is <strong>the fact of our demise</strong> that defines our experience of life

&quot;Death destroys a man; the idea of death saves him,&quot; said E.M. Forster. It is the fact of our demise that defines our experience of
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"Death destroys a man; the idea of death saves him," said E.M. Forster. It is the fact of our demise that defines our experience of life

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