by Brianna Mcleach
What is the conceptualization of life as we know it? We are not oblivious to the reiteration of how our lives are perceived. You’re conceived, you accumulate in age, you breed, your kin no longer need to be infantilized, your will to live eventually desists, and then you come to the realization that no one is immortal. And it’s perplexing, because why must you strive to achieve something as inconsequential as your work being taken into consideration? Regardless, death is inevitable and you’ll eventually have to acquiesce, no matter how disenchanting your thoughts might make it seem. And perhaps it is safe to say that the only thing that won’t be taken into “consideration” is your eulogy.
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