Watch: “Engaged couple in their 20’s, incrementally aged with make up up until age 90 and revealed to each other.”
“What will be the last words you will say to each other?” Wow.
“Aw man, this video needs to come with a big box of tissues. So touching. Great work!”
“It’s a chance for my parents to see what I would look like when they’re gone.” That one hit me.
That was amazing. This is one of those videos you watch and, at first, you’re wow’d. By the end, you’re in tears. It’s a keeper. How will you feel about how your loved one looks through their life? More importantly, what will you treasure about your life, with them?
This is all about The Four Buddhist Reminders, really.
Bonus: the Buddha, on how to age Gracefully: Every body gets Old.
Love for a new Generation: you can not complete me.
How to work with money mindfully in a long-term relationship:
The Present Moment, & Sex: keep the flame fresh:
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