Down time, some quiet, a couple moments of peace between one emotional, heavy day in patient rooms and family waiting rooms and another heavy, emotional grief group…… Read more “Emotional burden not burnout”
Winter – little deaths, seasons, and the end of life
“Transcript” from a talk I did. Another from the series is on Dying well. What I want to do today is get into winter. Really get into…… Read more “Winter – little deaths, seasons, and the end of life”
Dying well… one of the most important things you can do
This is a general summary of a talk I did at First Congregational Church in Oshkosh, WI on November 27th, 2016. It is part of a three…… Read more “Dying well… one of the most important things you can do”
Why is it so difficult to die?
If we can just begin to see how much death is a part of life. It is part of what happens to all healthy, mature, and connected to the earth beings. We don’t just go from living do dead… but it seems many people want this to be their experience.
Readiness in dying
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.