In our culture, few people seem to be comfortable talking about end of life. Yet as surely as we were born, there will be a time when our journey will come to an end.People facing their own death frequently have a myriad of questions on their minds including: When will it happen? What will it be like? Am I ready? How should I prepare myself and my family?
Meaningful communication at end of life can be enriching for the person who is dying and for the family and friends. It can be an opportunity for great sacredness and healing. (Remember that healing does not mean curing; rather it refers to making whole).