Thinking about dying can spur you to live a better life


Queen Elizabeth II had a hand in deciding the details for her funeral, meaning that she had to contemplate her demise when she was well and healthy. — Photos: Reuters

Queen Elizabeth II’s death was reported to have been communicated internally in one coded phrase: “London Bridge is down.”

It is said that from that moment, Buckingham Palace and the UK government set in motion meticulously-planned and coordinated procedures related to her funeral.

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