Death and Dying – Choice 1

Thinking about death and dying is a wonderful reflective mirror for life and living. For when we contemplate death and dying, we are asked to also assess the decisions we are making relative to life and living.

The examining of choices also extends to those around us.  Often death and dying can bring up an examination of how a person chose to live his or her life or is choosing to handle death and dying.  This examining of choices includes, if the choice presents itself, how we plan to manage and handle our own death and dying.

What choices would you like to be able to make relative to your own death and dying?

How much fear around death and dying is tied to the perceived lack of choices for ourselves and others?

3 thoughts on “Death and Dying – Choice 1

  1. Good prompts, Kim. Giving me food for thought around a grief issue that has cropped up recently.
    btw, a bit of feedback re the video– when the window is behind you, its brightness makes it hard to see you, so you might want to change the background or add a curtain to mask the window light. Thanks!

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    • Oh Eliza, How nice to hear from you! I am currently in some grief/loss at this time as well, so I appreciate you saying the prompts have resonated with you. AND, thank you for the video feedback! I am really struggling, as we are doing a home remodel, so my space is limited. I will make sure to use the curtain in future series. You are always so helpful, Eliza. thank you!

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