Photographer Captures Powerful Portraits of Incredible People Who are Facing Death with Acceptance And Peace

Right Before I Die is a tearjerker. It’s a heartbreaking photo series by Andrew George that strikes at the very core of most people’s deepest fear, insofar as it is a series about death, but also manages to inspire, because it is about people who are staring down the great unknown with incredible acceptance and serenity.

And so the photo series, which features 20 terminally ill men and women in all, is not merely an exploration of death. It’s a tribute to the inner strength and peace that these “unremakable” — meaning their earthly accomplishments don’t include fame and fortune — and yet extraordinary people show in the face of death.

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