What Dying People Talk About

Hospice chaplain Kerry Egan has found, through her years of experience talking to dying people, that very few of them are asking the “big” questions.  They are not even, as the old joke suggested W.C. Fields was doing as he read the bible on his deathbed, “looking for loopholes.” [node:read-more:link]

De-Stress Kit for the Changing Times

It's so easy to become imprinted with fear and anxiety just from watching the news.  As we watch tragedies and natural disasters, we naturally feel empathy for those involved, but also can become fearful, even subconsciously, that something similar might happen to us or those we love.  Personal stresses, such as job loss (or fear of job loss), financial pressures, or loss of a relationship adds to the emotional load so many are carrying.  



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