"The Things We Carry" By Holly Wilmeth
Memento Mori is an ancient practice on the reflection of mortality that goes back to the times of Socrates. What if reflecting and meditating on the fact of death is a simple key to living life to the fullest? Or that it is the key to our freedom—as Montaigne put it, “To practice death is to practice freedom. A man who has learned how to die has unlearned how to be a slave.” It is in fact a tool to create priority and meaning. It’s a tool that generations have used to create real perspective and urgency. To treat our time, our life, as a gift and as a reminder that can bring us closer to living the life we want.
Dimensions : 127 x 115 cm