Dear Medical Advocate; If you’re reading this because I can’t make my own medical decisions due to dementia, please understand I don’t wish to prolong my living or dying, even if I seem relatively happy and content. As a human being who currently has the moral, legal, and intellectual capacity to make my own decisions, […]
Lee Webster compiled and edited this collection which was published in 2016 and is an essential collection of interdisciplinary writings from important voices in the movements for sustainable funeral practices.
Frank Ostaseski, co-founder of the Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco wrote this beautiful book about death and love. Ostaseski created the Metta Institute where he teaches on spirituality in dying. Five Precepts by Frank Ostaseski Founder, Metta Institute A while back, I developed five precepts as companions on the journey of accompanying the dying. […]
fantastic collection of writing about grief in relation to social justice and movements. Millstein’s introduction calls for public spaces for collective mourning as essential as potable water and public libraries.