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“The more I know about dying, the more I know that I don’t know”

By on August 22, 2014
A way to help find Peace

This woman’s insights about death are very insightful and well worth reading.
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“The most important thing I’ve learned from my work in hospice is “knowing” can be dangerous….”

Her comment “The more I know about dying, the more I know that I don’t know” explains very clearly the issue that we all die as unique deaths as we have lived unique lives. We cannot assume that we will know how it will unfold for another.

The Road Less Travelled

The Road Less Travelled

Assumption #1: If you have experienced a death, you know how death happens.

Assumption #2: You’re supposed to be unconscious when you’re about to die.

Assumption #3: Family will want to be with their loved one when they are dying.

Assumption #4: People don’t want to be alone when they die.

Assumption #5: Family matters will get resolved.

Assumption #6: The secrets to the universe will be revealed.

Assumption #7: You should tell your loved one, “It’s okay to let go.”

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