Someone wrote it’s been a year of losing friends, a half dozen friends having passed in the prior 5 months. Among the condolences, one comment said, “this has got to stop.” I laughed so hard the water I was drinking squirted out of my nose. No disrespect to anyone who’s lost a loved one, but isn’t it time we began to embrace that death is part of the process? That’s like saying I’ll throw noodles and sauce and cheese in the oven at 350 for an hour but OMG, I don’t want to see lasagna at the end of it.
A Friend and I Talk About Dying and Easy Transitions
Remember “we” survive after death of the body
Her perception upon dying
Hard as it is, get used to death
How to forgive and find closure if the other is unwilling, absent or dead
Why pretend loved ones aren’t going to die? Let’s get over the fear
The End of Death As We Know It: What The Crossing Over Experience Was Like, As Reported By Those Who Made The Transition