What does death mean to you? Is it the end of a journey, the beginning of another? I would be interested to hear your perspective so please let me know.
I had a fairly early and close encounter with death when I was 16 years old. A great friend of mine passed. It drastically changed the way I viewed life thereafter. And I suppose this can be a good thing. It greatly increased the value which I attribute to time and makes me question to this day, if I could be spending that time doing something better?
I had the opportunity to speak with James from the Art of Dying. Their award-winning podcast helps people to approach their death with control and dignity. Give it a listen. I would be interested in your thoughts. Check out the links below to see more by “The Art of Dying Podcast”
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