Death. We have looked it in the face. We have our epiphanies when it plays peek-a-boo with us. Death is what we fear.
But Death , the on-off switch between living and not-living as we know it , is benign.
There is a more insidious one than Death.
It happens every second. It creeps upon us slowly, surely. It’s tendrils seeking every possible surface to latch on…finding purchase even in our slippery soul.
It hides in plain sight ,when you gaze in the mirror everyday, with it’s imperceptible pace.
Have a epiphany now and change what you fear , from Death , to Decay.
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This about 100 word piece of reflection was written in response to a 100 word photo challenge posted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields each week.PHOTO PROMPT © Amy Reese
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