When we recognize the precariousness of life, we understand that we are in the boat together...The willingness to contemplate death is not just about preparing for some moment at the end of a long road. --Frank Ostaseski

Frank Ostaseski; Lessons to the Living from the Dying

Frank Ostaseski; Lessons to the Living from the Dying

Jan 26, 2018-- Frank Ostaseski is a teacher, international lecturer and a leading voice in contemplative end-of-life care. He is also author of "The Five Invitations: What the Living Can Learn From the Dying". What follows is an-depth interview with him on the five invitations and more. (17769 reads)

Read Full Story
What's your reaction? inspiring fascinating courageous hopeful
Take ActionThe Five Invitations begins with the suggestion that we "welcome everything, push away nothing." According to Ostaseski, "to welcome everything means to be willing to be open to the experience." Can you find the way to open to the experience of the death of a friend or family member, no matter how recent or long ago? What can facing this truth teach you? How can you meet the challenges of daily life with the same openness to reality?

Quote Bulletin

The keenest sorrow is to recognize ourselves as the sole cause of all our adversities.

Search by keyword: Happiness, Wisdom, Work, Science, Technology, Meditation, Joy, Love, Success, Education, Relationships, Life
Contribute To      
Upcoming Stories      

Subscribe to DailyGood

We've sent daily emails for over 16 years, without any ads. Join a community of 244,569 by entering your email below.

  • Email:
Subscribe Unsubscribe?