The Art of Dying
We live, make our choices/decisions, and live through their reactions and consequences. There are things we have no control over, certain issues with our bodies and their condition.
But we are alive and living each and every day. Then we face the inevitable; we die. Every day we spend from birth, experiences, and choices is art. We are, in a manner of saying, choosing how we will die.Resources:
Green burial options emerging in the funeral industry that honor the deceased in environmentally-friendly and affordable ways. Read More »
When properly viewed, the thresholds of all of life’s transitional moments can be both emotionally and spiritually rewarding. Read More »
In the late 1990s, I was being interviewed on a late-night talk show in Sydney, Australia, and I was asked a question that I pondered quite ... Read More »
In her book, Grief on the Front Lines: Reckoning with Trauma, Grief and Humanity in Modern Medicine, Rachel Jones examines the emotional challenges that healthcare workers face. Read More »
While there is no right way to grieve, adults can provide kids experiencing loss gentle guideposts and lessons of empathy and acceptance as they process complicated emotions. Read More »