'Memento mori as experienced is considered to be transformative because no other human experience can surpass that of mortality or the encounter with the boundary between life and death -- an experience that brings about altered ways for a person to be (or not be) and act (or not act) in the world.'
D.i.D., p. 6
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes academic / philosophical works and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).