“Human stories are practically always about one thing, really, aren't they? Death. The inevitability of death. . .
There is no such thing as a natural death. Nothing that ever happens to man is natural, since his presence calls the whole world into question. All men must die, but for every man his death is an accident, and even if he knows it he would sense to it an unjustifiable violation."
Tolkien, how wise! I am a big fan of his work and every excerpt of literature that he left us, lends to a long existentialist talk.