An inspirational and profound speech on death and the end by Alan Watts. Original Audio sourced from: “Alan Watts - 'Uncarved Block' from Eastern and Western Zen; World as Emptiness; 'On Taoism' from Ways of Liberation; 'Nature of Consciousness'
Speaker: Alan Watts
“When death comes, it's just like winter. We don't say, "There ought not to be winter." That the winter season, when the leaves fall and the snow comes, is some kind of defeat, something which we should hold out against. No. Winter is part of the natural course of events. No winter, no summer. No cold, no heat. "
– Alan Watts. (1915 – 1973)
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