Death reminds us of how goddamned precious time is. So, instead of enjoying time -- practically listen to it tick away -- we tend to work MORE, work HARDER because we're foolish artists doing our best to create a testament of life; the stuff we leave behind for others to remember and enjoy us by. And, that's cool and we LIKE to make stuff (we truly do) but we also need to learn to like nothing, too. Do nothing, sometimes. Swagger in the zephyr of time. Sit still and breathe. Soak and recharge. The sun and air and water is our battery, too. And, it's okay to NOT finish some things because there is always something to do, always something to make and see and then CLICK. It's over. Done. Just like that. A blink and you're gone. SHUDDER. That was your life.