Ideally, our heart, mind, and body would be in sync when it comes to our dying time. How do we as those who may or may not be dying get to this place? If we are paying attention and unafraid, we will know. It’s never too early to begin thinking about how we want our dying time to be.
The title should perhaps read, Death (Re)defines Me and Us. As a chaplain, and perhaps more specifically, as a human with my particular “Soulcraft,” I think about…… Read more “Death defines me”
I think Easter is supposed to be the cornerstone holiday of Christianity, at least that’s what I grew up thinking in my Evangelical upbringing. After all, Jesus died…… Read more “Why I’ve started to dislike Easter”
He started out as the “Little Swedish Baptist Boy.” It was only after a great deal of introspection and feeling long suppressed emotions, that I came to discover who this true self really is and how I have for so long, kept him hidden.
I am now saying I never am “prepared” for this. I wish and hope and pray on everything I know that it doesn’t happen, on my shift or anyone’s shift. I get a call and the first thought that goes through my head is, “Oh dear God. Not again.”