I remember when I was in fifth grade I saw my grandfather die. There he was, lying motionless on the bed. I was close to my grandfather. He taught me how to write. I remember thinking, â€œIf this is the end of life, that means we donâ€™t have to take everything too seriously.â€ Children who grow up without seeing death donâ€™t have that realization.
Zhou Xun on Life, Death, and its Impact on Children
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