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I want to share the link to a fabulous article about the Zen Hospice in San Francisco and its amazing Executive Director, B J Miller. I had the chance to visit the hospice in 2005 and to spend time talking with one of the staff members about their approach. I will never forget our saying –  almost in unison –  that “dying is a spiritual activity.” We both smiled at the simple truth held in that phrase. Far too often in Western society, death has become a medical event, removed from life.

Read this story to the end – it’s enormously moving and for me, exemplifies what hospice care is all about.

 

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