New Class: Taking Custody of Our Dying

January Class: Taking Custody of our Dying

We are mortal beings; we are all going to die and despite the dominant view, death is more than a medical event. To quote Frank Ostaseski, “What if we regarded dying as a final stage of growth that held an unprecedented opportunity for transformation?” How do we ensure compassion, love and our fullest potential? This workshop will invite us to explore taking custody of our dying.  What do we need, want to experience and who do we wish to accompany us on our journey? Most important, we will explore the opportunities to ensure living to our fullest with a focus on “how I define my quality of life vs the length of my life.” “Knowing I will die; how shall I choose to live?” We will meet four Fridays: January 5, 12, 19 and 26 in Jefferson from 1 to 2:30 p.m.  If you’re interested or have further questions, please contact Eileen Bunning.