"That is what death means. We exist in the minds of other people, in thousands of memory clusters, and one by one those clusters fade and disappear. Some years from now, at a funeral with a slide show, only one person will be able to say who we were. Then no one will know."

Roger Ebert, as fierce a writer as ever, reflects on life, death, and what it’s like to have friends and peers die. (via explore-blog)

Immortality is living on in other peoples minds.

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