A man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFPA man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFP
A man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFP
Farah Abdessamad
Opinion

Opinion

Farah Abdessamad

Coronavirus isolation is an opportunity to face our fear of death, and make peace with ourselves

  • It may be grotesque to fear death but it is far worse to have deathbed regrets. As more people around the world go into quarantine or self-isolation, it is a time to explore connectedness and find tranquillity

A man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFPA man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFP
A man wearing a hazmat suit and a mask holds a sign: “The end is near. Call grandma”, at Times Square in New York on March 14. Photo: AFP
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