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Jacob’s Ladder: Attachment is Suffering

Attachments are the source of all of Man’s pain.

Image: Tri-Star Pictures

Why does the prospect of death instill fear and anxiety in so many? Does the physical experience of dying actually involve intense pain? Or do people reflexively recoil at the thought of death for another reason?

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