“The beauty of what remains is neither passive nor accidental. We create it through the deliberate choices we make-chiseled chip by chip. If life is good, then death must be bad is the way most people think, but this isn’t really so. I am not for a moment trying to make sense of the death of a child or anyone who has not been granted his or her full measure of life. But generally speaking, is more really better or is there something about death that defines the essence of life itself?” (Leder, 2021, p. 223).