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We see sadness in this, sadness at loosing our connection to our past and to those references that make our experience unique. I would opt for a more positive perspective. She is slowly being dipped into death, into universal nonlocal being. Speak to her about death, but also then about the many layers of consciousness, surely she must be tasting them already. Touch. Feeling. Sensing.Hearing. Tasting. It is only sad for those living in the past and the future; dying. It is really neither, it is becoming the wave that will break on another shore, still connected to everything.