"From the day you're born, every day that you live, . . . you're one day closer to the day you'll die!"
Now why in the world would Marash Girl's father repeat that so often, as she was growing up, so often that she would remember the edict to this day? Could it be that his world growing up was the world of the Armenian Genocide? Or was it his way of admonishing his children never to fear death because death is a given . . . .