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Memento Mori—the ancient practice of reflection on mortality that goes back to Socrates, who said that the proper practice of philosophy is “about nothing else but dying and being dead.”

Remember you die, because what is mortality without the contemplation of death.

Animals die,

friends die,

and thyself, too, shall die;

but one thing I know that never dies

the tales of the one who died.

-The Hávamál ("Sayings of the High One")

Shade Seeker

Son of a Shepherd


Dirty Wabbit

Long Baths for Contemplation 

Tragic Endings to a Tragedy

Pandora's Filth

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