Carl Bibeau

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Jesus said, "Amen I say to you, unless you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 18:3)

Death should not be taboo in our culture. Yet people act as though they think if they ignore it, it will never happen to them. Better that the Four Last Things (Death : Judgment : Heaven : Hell) are always in our consciousness so that we have the perspective to course-correct, live for Eternity, and prepare to die well.

Memento mori, or "remember your death," is the Latin phrase long associated with the practice of remembering the unpredictable and inevitable end of one's life. If this is remembered daily rather than once a year on Ash Wednesday
( "Remember, O man, that dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return." ), it is more likely to EFFECT daily behavior.

Dies irae (i.e. "Day of Wrath") recalls Particular Judgment, when Christ Jesus looks unavoidably into one's soul to assess the Final Verdict.
https://youtu.be/RKJur8wpfYM?si=9pRJaB_DEaVu2dup

Live like you were dyin'! (as the lyric goes) . . . because no matter how you slice it . . . you ARE.
https://youtu.be/_9TShlMkQnc

Jesus said, "Amen I say to you, unless you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 18:3)

Death should not be taboo in our culture. Yet people act as though they think if they ignore it, it will never happen to them. Better that the Four Last Things (Death : Judgment : Heaven : Hell) are always in our consciousness so that we have the perspective to course-correct, live for Eternity, and prepare to die well.

Memento mori, or "remember your death," is the Latin phrase long associated with the practice of remembering the unpredictable and inevitable end of one's life. If this is remembered daily rather than once a year on Ash Wednesday
( "Remember, O man, that dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return." ), it is more likely to EFFECT daily behavior.

Dies irae (i.e. "Day of Wrath") recalls Particular Judgment, when Christ Jesus looks unavoidably into one's soul to assess the Final Verdict.
https://youtu.be/RKJur8wpfYM?si=9pRJaB_DEaVu2dup

Live like you were dyin'! (as the lyric goes) . . . because no matter how you slice it . . . you ARE.
https://youtu.be/_9TShlMkQnc

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