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Thursday, July 01, 2010

The Hard Work of Dying

by Stan Goldberg, PhD & award winning author of Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage At the End of Life.

Imagine that you’re preparing for a thirty-day trip to a foreign country and you’re limited to taking only what can be carried in a backpack. Your decisions on what to take or leave behind will determine the quality of your experience. Too many items and the weight will be burdensome. Not enough of the right ones and you might be forced to neglect some basic needs. We make decisions of this type daily. Take what’s important, leave behind what isn’t. But we tend to oblivious to the importance of these decisions for possibly the most momentous journey of our lives—our death.

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