. Choose happiness my love, choose happiness. Don't dwell in a hole you once lived in, there is too much beauty and laughter in the world to waste time. Everyday of depression/ regret/ guilt - is it worth a day of your life?
Paul Egell (1691-1752), 'Memento mori', c. 1720-25. H. 13,5 cm x 24,8 cm. Memento Mori. Pearwood, monochrome tint. The skull confronts one with the transitoriness of all life. The process of decay is rendered with drastic sensuality - from the decomposing skin to the animals that in the poetry of the time inhabit the grave: toads, snakes, lizards. -The Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg-