"In our tradition, people die three deaths. The first death is when our bodies cease to function . . . . The second death comes when the body is lowered into the ground, returned to mother earth, out of sight. The third death, the most definitive death, is when there is no one left alive to remember us."
Quoted from: Victor Landa, from San Antonio, TX, explaining the thinking behind Mexico's Los Dias de los Muertos.
Renegade Thought of the Day: What scares you more: dying a physical death or being dead and being forgotten by everyone on earth?
Renengade Challenge: Take a moment to remember (and perhaps reconnect with!) your loved ones and ancestors who have departed this earth.